A former Seven West Media personal assistant has claimed CEO Tim Worner told her he wanted to 'f*** her like a wild man' in sordid text messages during their two-year affair.
Amber Harrison, 37, said the 'secret love' started in 2012 after she began exchanging text messages with the married chief executive and they began meeting up for sex at her Sydney apartment.
In a statement to the media on Sunday, Ms Harrison claimed she begged Mr Worner for her to 'be fired' after suffering regular panic attacks, but he instead visited her during sick leave to have sex with her 'seven times'.
After she told him she has 'no idea what to say,' Mr Worner allegedly responded: 'I want to f*** you so badly and I want you to deal with my super hard c**k'.
Amber Harrison, 37, (left) said the 'secret love' started in 2012 after she began exchanging text messages with married chief executive Tim Worner (right)
After the sordid affair started to take its toll, Ms Harrison claims she begged Mr Worner to be fired as the relationship was 'killing her'. A recreation of the text message is pictured
Mr Worner (pictured with his wife Katrina) is married with four children and lives on Sydney's Northern Beaches
In 2013, the pair allegedly began using cocaine to 'enhance their sexual experiences'.
'I think my performance was drug assisted. And if you can go dirtier I am slightly scared,' Mr Worner allegedly said.
Ms Harrison claims Mr Worner sent her a text message asking her if she wanted to 'go dirtier' and was 'slightly scared'.
'You are f (sic) hot so I will take the chance,' he allegedly wrote.
The former personal assistant claims the couple were still sending lewd text messages to each other six months later.
'I love being with you. Too much. Too sexy,' Mr Worner allegedly told the 37-year-old in March 2014.
On March 24, 2014, Ms Harrison claims Mr Worner told her he wanted to 'f*** her like a wild man'.
The former executive assistant was also treated to a romantic weekend in Melbourne with Mr Worner during the 2014 Australian Open.
'I knew he was married. It was never about love. It was about sex and power,' Ms Harrison said in a statement.
In a statement to the media on Sunday, Ms Harrison claimed she begged Mr Worner to 'be fired' after suffering regular panic attacks, but he instead visited her during sick leave to have sex with her 'seven times'
Ms Harrison claims Mr