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Emma Husar: The Fallout Of The ‘Sharon Stone’ Story ‘Almost Killed Me Twice’

At Future Women’s event exploring the wins and losses of the MeToo movement, former Labor MP Emma Husar opens up about the personal toll it took on her life and career.

By Emily J. Brooks

Gender diversity

At Future Women’s event exploring the wins and losses of the MeToo movement, former Labor MP Emma Husar opens up about the personal toll it took on her life and career.

By Emily J. Brooks

Former Federal Labor MP Emma Husar, who was accused of creating a “Sharon Stone” moment before a colleague, has admitted the fallout “almost killed me twice”.

Husar addressed a room of 200 at a Future Women event in Sydney on Wednesday night. Sitting on a panel with sex discrimination commissioner Kate Jenkins, Sydney Morning Herald investigative journalist Kate McClymont and Ashurt partner and media lawyer Robert Todd, they discussed the wins and losses of the MeToo movement with host ABC reporter Ashleigh Raper.

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