By Nic White For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 05:18 BST, 7 July 2019 | Updated: 05:18 BST, 7 July 2019
A policewoman who was sexually harassed at a station Christmas party by a fellow officer has won her fight for compensation.
Kylie Gai Youngblutt claimed she suffered a psychological injury from repeated lewd comments made at the party on the Gold Coast on December 10, 2015.
Constable Nathan Diehm told her 'I'm going to f**k you', 'don't you want my big c**k?' and 'I'm a 10 on the root scale' in an attempt to sleep with the married officer.
He also put his arm around her and tried to kiss her, insisted on dancing with her, and gestured towards her as if he was going to undo his pants.
Kylie Youngblutt was sexually harassed by Constable Nathan Diehm at a Christmas party for officers at Coolangatta police station (pictured)
The Workers’ Compensation Regulator denied her compensation in 2017 but that decision was last month overturned on appeal by the Queensland Industrial Relations Commission.
Ms Youngblutt was a traffic cop at the Coolangatta station for the previous two years and initially didn't plan to attend the party as it was on her wedding anniversary.
However, she decided to go because she felt pressured to by other officers and 'felt if she did not attend her job might be in jeopardy'.
The entire station was given the day off to attend the party with officers from a nearby station covering their shifts.
Constable Diehm told other officers he was going to 'hit on' Ms Youngblutt at the party and told people at the party he was going to 'f**k' her.
The junior officer admitted his conduct to an internal inquiry and was remorseful, but said he had no recollection of events because he was drunk.
Ms Youngblutt claimed that after