12-17-2018 | News
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Australia - Minister Forced to Resign Following “Sugar Daddy” Sex Scandal
An Australian government was forced to resign following scandalous allegations that he used a “seeking arrangements” website to meet younger women while on official work trips abroad.
Nationals MP Andrew Broad was accused of using a “sugar baby” website to meet a woman for dinner in Hong Kong last month while he was on a tax-payer funded trip. The said online service is known, or infamous, for connecting so-called “sugar babies” or younger women with “sugar daddies” or older men, presumably with money to spend on the women.
The woman named Amy claimed that she had received sexually explicit messages from the married junior minister. She also alleged that during their dinner in Hong Kong, Broad put her hand on his leg prompting her to excuse herself from the table at once.
The woman also claimed that Broad presented himself as someone “very important” and that he was going to throw away his phone when he leaves. The woman who used the online alias “Sweet Sophia Rose” added: “He referred to himself as James Bond numerous times.”
The scandal that erupted following the allegations has even overshadowed Prime Minister Scott Morrison’s end-of-year budget update on Monday, even though it contained a huge update to bring to the nation - that of national debt being reduced faster than expected.
Nationals leader Michael McCormack announced that he had accepted Broad’s resignation as the assistant minister to the deputy prime minister citing the “nature of the allegations” made against the junior minister.
McCormack also stressed that the controversy is not exactly over for Broad even after he resigned from his post, as the matter may be subject “to future investigation.”
Broad countered that the woman who made the allegations against him “may have engaged in criminal activity” but did not offer details into his claim. He warned, however, that his counter-accusation against his accuser has been reported to the Australian Federal Police.
Curiously, Broad even became the first Coalition MP to urge in February then Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce to resign after his affair with a staffer got busted.
Broad also opposed same-sex marriage saying he gives importance to “strong family values.”
Social media users are not letting Broad off the hook so easily and are slamming him online.
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