NSW Police are investigating allegations made in parliament today that a male MP in the Berejiklian government sexually assaulted a sex worker in September 2019.

Detectives confirmed today that officers from the Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad are investigating allegations of sexual violence against a woman in the Blue Mountains.

Police said the matter was reported to them and referred to the sex crimes squad in late September 2020 and “has been under investigation since”.

Trish Doyle, Labor MLA for the Blue Mountains in NSW. (Supplied)

The allegations were made public today by Labor MP Trish Doyle, who told the NSW parliament that the sex worker had contacted her 18 months ago.

The Blue Mountains MP said the woman was contacted by the male via the adult classified website Locanto, where the pair organised a transaction of $200 for “oral sex only”.

“She tells me she made herself clear that she was not willing to have penetrative sex with him, however towards the end the man moved around behind her and assaulted her in a way she had not consented to,” Ms Doyle said in parliament today.

“In her emails to me she said that once the assault began she just wanted it to finish.

“It was an assault, and it was against her explicit instructions, she did not consent, it was rape.”

Labor MP Trish Doyle spoke about the allegations in NSW Parliament today. (Supplied)

Ms Doyle did not name the male MP whom the allegations are made against.

9News.com.au has contacted Ms Doyle for comment.



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