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Kate says that her intention to pursue further legal action is partly “about getting me the resources that I need to start my life again” – but also because she wants to see a real change to the culture within the ADF.
In her interview, Kate explained that ‘it’s definitely at a great personal cost that I came forward with the issues, but I don’t regret coming forward from it. ‘When are we going to see these people made answer for their actions?
In August, two men were found guilty of charges relating to the Skype sex scandal: Daniel Mc Donald himself, now 21, and Dylan Deblaquiere, 20.
The latest incident came to light when the woman went to the media with her story.
’Kate’ told the Channel Ten television network that she only became aware of the existence of the video when she was contacted by defence investigators, who were alerted by another cadet.
Back in 2011, she began a casual relationship with a fellow cadet, Daniel Mc Donald.
The pair had consensual sex but Mc Donald did not get permission to film and broadcast the act. Their encounter was broadcast via webcam to six other classmates at ADFA, who were sitting in another room.