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But her fiancé David Sharaz went on to send it 'half the press gallery' at Parliament House in Canberra while she was 'passed out on Valium'.
Ms Higgins told the Federal Court last Friday that she created a timeline of her alleged rape in 2021 - two years after she was allegedly raped - for her own records and for police.
The timeline was uploaded to the court's website ahead of Tuesday's hearing of Mr Lehrmann's defamation trial.
It lists a number of family members, friends and colleagues who knew about her rape allegations, along with their relationship to Ms Higgins and how they found out about the alleged assault.
At the end of that list sent to journalists, the document says: 'Bruce Lehrmann, former advisor to Minister Reynolds, Perpetrator.'
Brittany Higgins (centre) arrives at court with her lawyer Leon Zwier (far left), best friend Emma Roberts (second from left), fiancé David Sharaz (back right) and another supporter
The document Mr Sharaz sent to reporters in the parliamentary press gallery described Bruce Lehrmann as the 'perpetrator'. He has always denied Ms Higgins' allegation he raped her
In court last week, Ms Higgins said her now-fiancé David Sharaz distributed that timeline to 'half the press gallery' in Canberra in February 2021, while she was 'passed out on Valium'.
There are about 250 journalists in the media gallery at Parliament House in Canberra.
Mr Lehrmann has always denied Ms Higgins' rape allegation.
On Friday, Mr Lehrmann's barrister Steven Whybrow asked Ms Higgins why the document was distributed with her alleged rapist's name on it.
'It was meant to be redacted,' Ms Higgins said.
Mr Whybrow asked: 'By who?'