Updated September 19, 2019 12:35:28 “I’ve just spent two weeks being told I’m a sexual predator and I’m not a victim,” the woman told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“I feel like I’m being lied to by the police, and they don’t know anything about me.”
I’ve had a number of conversations with my GP, and I’ve had some very frank conversations with other members of the community about how the police were misinterpreting what happened to me.
“She said she and her partner had been in contact with the police for over two weeks but had received no response.
She said the police told her she had a sexual relationship with an officer, but she had not.”
When I came to the police station, I was told I had a sex relationship with a police member,” she said.”
There was no evidence to support this at all.
“The woman said the officer had told her it was consensual sex, and she had no reason to suspect otherwise.
She also said the relationship was consensual, and the officer told her they were engaged.
But the woman said she was not surprised by the response.”
If they knew that I was having sex with an alleged rapist and didn’t report it, they’d know I had committed an offence,” she told the ABC.
The woman was told by the woman’s GP that she was in the process of seeking a forensic psychiatric evaluation.
The GP told her that the woman was in denial and said that she’d never had any sexual experience before, and was in need of counselling.”
The officer was so concerned about my wellbeing, I told her I was in shock and was worried about my future,” the women said.
The officer did not respond to ABC Radio’s call.
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