"I became nothing more than that Skype slut," she said."I [was harassed] from city to city, from base to base."She told the men wherever she worked people quickly found out who she was and then the torment and vilification from her colleagues would start again."You stole my dignity," she said."My name scarred, my life destroyed."You could not have hurt me more had you taken a bat and hit me with it." The woman said it was not unusual for other Defence members to spit on her or make crude remarks, and that people who wanted to be her friend were often bullied and threatened with expulsion."You reduced me to nothing more than an animal," she said."An object to be used by you and your sick friends."During Monday's hearing, an Australian Federal Police officer revealed Mc Donald is also expected to face disciplinary measures as the founding member of a group called The Love of My Life.
It is alleged the group required ADFA members of a football team to perform sexual acts on each other as part of an initiation process.
Earlier this week, the Chief of Army David Morrison defended Defence's handling of the case after the victim, known as "Kate", questioned why Mc Donald was allowed to continue his military career.
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Detective Sergeant Anthony Croker said he was aware of "bastardisation" incidents involving the group spanning over nine months until about July.
The Army has sacked one of the men at the centre of the Australian Defence Force Academy (ADFA) Skype scandal.
has written about everything from role-play, to lube, to the importance of having pubes.
But that’s not to say it hasn’t been a learning curve.