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Ashleigh Raper on MeToo: “We Were Collateral Damage”

At Future Women’s event on Wednesday night, the ABC reporter said she both benefited and suffered from the MeToo movement.

By Emily J. Brooks

Leadership

At Future Women’s event on Wednesday night, the ABC reporter said she both benefited and suffered from the MeToo movement.

By Emily J. Brooks

ABC reporter Ashleigh Raper believes she benefited and suffered from the MeToo movement, claiming she and many other women were “collateral damage” in the ousting of high profile men.

Hosting an event and panel discussion in Sydney for Future Women, Raper spoke publicly for the first time after she was unmasked as the reporter at the centre of an incident leading to the resignation of former NSW State Labor Leader Luke Foley in October 2018, although he denies the allegations.

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