Trainee police prosecutor claims her boss 'tried to have her fired for being ...

Trainee police prosecutor claims she was forced to record conversations with her supervisors after her boss 'tried to have her fired for being too good looking', court hears Trainee police prosecutor caught in petty feud about her style and her looks  Sarah Morgan claims she was being pushed out of office by a female supervisor She recorded conversations with supervisors and was suspended from the force  Charges of illegal recordings against her were dropped prior to the court date

By Adam Mccleery For Daily Mail Australia

Published: 12:39 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 12:40 BST, 1 April 2019

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A trainee police prosecutor who was stood down from her position believes her boss targeted her because she was too good looking, a court has heard.

Former NSW officer Sarah Morgan had recently started a new role at the Bankstown Local Court when she claims her supervisor, Sergeant Lea Stevens, engaged in a petty feud with her, the court heard on Monday. 

Ms Morgan said she approached Sergeant Stevens with her complaints, and secretly recorded the conversation - an illegal act she claims to have done 'out of fear'.

But Sergeant Stevens was adamant she had no intentions of pushing Ms Morgan out of her role, and said the rumours were simply untrue.  

Former NSW officer Sarah Morgan (pictured) had recently started a new role at the Bankstown Local Court when she claims her supervisor, Sergeant Lea Stevens, engaged in a petty feud with her

Former NSW officer Sarah Morgan (pictured) had recently started a new role at the Bankstown Local Court when she claims her supervisor, Sergeant Lea Stevens, engaged in a petty feud with her

'It seems like a school yard to me, who cares what you look like it's whether you are good at your job, you perform,' she told

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