A sex and drug scandal at Channel Seven has dragged in TV host Samantha Armytage and actress Rebecca Gibney. The Kerry Stokes owned Channel Seven is engulfed in a sex and drug scandal involving the Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner. Samantha Armytage and actress Rebecca Gibney are now suing Shane Dowling who is the publisher of the website Kangaroo Court of Australia.
Mr Dowling has written 2 articles:
Seven CEO Tim Worner and Amber Harrison sex scandal statement in full
The media release by former Seven employee Amber Harrison, which is below, detailing her sexual relationship with Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner is a powerful read on how some people abuse their positions of authority to satisfy their sexual needs. It is R-rated with some crude content attributed to Tim Worner which he has not denied.
An example is one text that Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner sent to Amber Harrison which said: “I want to f**k you so badly. And I want you to deal with my super hard c**k right now.”
Fairfax Media are reporting: “Maurice Backburn associate Kelly Thomas noted Mr Worner’s alleged conduct could not be restricted to his private life, with claims of sex during work hours and text messages to Ms Harrison allegedly saying his performance was “drug assisted”.” (Click here to read more)
There are reports that Tim Worner has had sexual relationships with at least 4 other staff members at Seven which include an actress and on-air-host. I am reliably told the actress is Rebecca Gibney and the on-air-host is Samantha Armytage. (Read more)
and a second article: Samantha Armytage and Rebecca Gibney institute defamation case re: sex with CEO allegations
Channel 7 Sunrise host Samantha Armytage and actress Rebecca Gibney have instituted defamation proceedings against this website and myself (21/12/16) regarding allegations they had sexual relationships with Seven West Media CEO Tim Worner. They have also taken out an injunction to hide their names. On the court documents, they show up as Jane Doe 1 and Jane Doe 2. (Read more)
First published on Kangaroo Court of Australia