Megan opens up about her very own #MeToo moment

Publish Date
Wednesday, 18 October 2017, 9:59AM

The multitude of sexual harassment and assault claims leveled at disgraced movie boss Harvey Weinstein have opened up a global discussion about sexual assault. 

As more and more famous women come forward speaking of their own experiences with sexual assault, a #MeToo movement has started.

This encourages others to open up with the hashtag, #MeToo, to highlight the immense magnitude of women that put up with sexual advances and stay silent. 

Fletch, Vaughan and Megan chatted about the movement this morning, with Megan herself revealing that she has experienced sexual assault early on in her radio career. 

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