MORE VICTIMS? Lifestyle Solutions founder David Hogg guilty of raping teen girl, with questions now raised about other vulnerable & disabled children
EXCLUSIVE: Questions are now being raised on whether a wider investigation is warranted into the controversial and troubled Lifestyle Solutions organisation which looks after disabled and vulnerable adults and children across Australia after its former managing director was found guilty this month of raping a teenage girl.
TRUE OPINION: #MeToo, Breaking a Few Eggs, and the Impossible Fight for Justice in Sexual Harassment Matters
With ever more women openly discussing their experiences of sexual harassment, assault and rape at the alleged hands of powerful men, should we devote much time for the small number of males who may have been potentially wrongly accused? Our new True Crime News Weekly columnist and lawyer, Miles Hunt, wonders what side of history we really want to be on.
Now that Barnaby Joyce has resigned as Australia’s deputy prime minister four months after True Crime News Weekly broke the news about the various serious scandals surrounding him, our correspondent Gary Johnston reflects on why Barnaby’s “private business” should be a continuing concern to the public at large.
EXCLUSIVE: The nation’s financial and corporate regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), is seemingly too lazy to go after disgraced queer media magnate and former Evo Media owner, Mark Christopher Anthony, despite pleas from other business owners still being harassed by the now officially declared dodgy businessman and evidence piling in against him.
EXCLUSIVE: Having recently resigned as lord mayor of Melbourne following a number of sexual harassment claims, it can now be revealed that Liberal Party heavyweight Robert Doyle once got a teenage girl to sign a confidentiality agreement after she was sexually harassed by another sleazy politician who made crude remarks to her in person and over the phone.
This is the first instalment of a new regular series from True Crime News Weekly looking at ‘crime’ in the media and across pop culture. We’ll investigate how realistic it is, how accurate it is, and how good it is. The first to come under our gaze is the newly released American heist film, Den of Thieves.
EXCLUSIVE: About to fall on his sword as he stumbles around in an alcohol soaked miasma from personal disaster to political calamity and back again, True Crime News Weekly can now reveal that Deputy PM Barnaby Joyce is rumoured to have engaged in a potentially corrupt sexual affair with a powerful political lobbyist and allegedly may have even exchanged political favours for sex while he was a married man claiming to uphold ‘traditional family values’.
EXCLUSIVE: A high-profile Melbourne barrister and member of the Victorian Bar, Peter H Clarke, is currently under police investigation while a restraining order has also been sought against the lawyer following an alleged homophobic assault last December, a day before new laws were enacted in Australia allowing gay people to get married.
EXCLUSIVE: Broadspectrum, the company that operated asylum seeker concentration camps on behalf of the Australian Government, has escaped harsh punishment over the death of a contractor at one of its work sites in south Sydney largely thanks to a judge’s apparent belief the multinational corporation is a “citizen of good standing”.
EXCLUSIVE: He’s back! Fallen queer magazine tycoon, Mark Christopher Anthony, is back to his alleged shady best. He’s once again flouting the law and doing what he loves most: sending lousy legal letters in a bid to shake down suburban businesses on behalf of a media empire that no longer exists and one from which he is banned from associating with in any case.