By Daniel Piotrowski for Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:33 GMT, 4 March 2021 | Updated: 02:56 GMT, 4 March 2021
The woman who accused Attorney-General Christian Porter of sexual assault - which he vehemently denies - met police five times and told investigators she didn't want to push forward with her complaint for health reasons.
NSW Police have issued a detailed statement describing how a strike force investigated the woman's disputed claims the senior Morrison Government cabinet official raped her in Sydney in January 1988.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Police said the highly educated Adelaide woman, 49, first met with Child Abuse and Sex Crimes Squad officers at Kings Cross Police Station on February 27, 2020, along with a support person.
At the meeting, the accuser told officers she had a number of health problems and that she 'dissociates'. She 'wanted to ensure when supplying her statement that was as coherent and as grounded as possible,' the police statement said.
Christian Porter outed himself as the Cabinet Minister accused at a press conference on Thursday
The woman first attended Kings Cross Police Station in Sydney's east (above) in February last year
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