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The woman at the centre of the Australian Defence Force Academy Skype sex scandal says the incident has destroyed her life, as it resulted in her being bullied out of the military and her dream job.
The former ADFA cadet had agreed to a casual sexual arrangement with Daniel Mc Donald, 21, who filmed himself having sex with her and broadcast the images to Dylan Deblaquiere, 20, in 2011.
Kate is set to be discharged from the military on medical and psychological grounds.
In March 2011, she began a casual relationship with cadet Daniel Mc Donald.
However, she says she was harassed repeatedly at Australian Defence Force (ADF) bases around the country.
Kate, now 21, told the ABC that the abuse continued during a stint at RAAF Amberley in Queensland."[Some] boys in the room across from me thought it was fun to terrorise me and call me the Skype slut continually every time I left my room," she said.
Mc Donald was also found guilty of committing an act of indecency on the woman.
The woman at the heart of the Australian Defence Force Academy Skype sex scandal is set to take legal action against the military, two-and-a-half years after she was secretly filmed having sex with a fellow cadet.
In an exclusive interview with the ABC, the woman - who has identified herself only as Kate - says she was determined to pursue a military career even after she went public about her ordeal.
Kate concedes the "top brass are saying the right words", but says she is not convinced that deeper attitudes towards women have changed."That isolation that people could suffer if they broke ranks and spoke up – that's what they're scared of," she said."It kind of became the child in the schoolyard being bullied and nobody's willing to step forward because they're scared of the retribution that they would face from it."In a statement, Defence says it has "provided extensive support including logistics, medical, administrative and legal support to assist the member" and will continue to do so."Complaints made by 'Officer Cadet Kate' have been investigated with the highest priority.
Defence has not received a legal claim at this time," the statement said."Defence has not provided Officer Cadet Kate's medical information to the media.
Mc Donald has been linked to a second scandal involving an ADFA football team whose members were required to perform sexual acts on each other as part of an initiation process.