No apology after pregnant MP's alleged stalker let into Parliament
AN UNREPENTANT Rob Pyne has refused to apologise for allowing a man into State Parliament who is charged with stalking a pregnant MP, saying he believes the man is innocent.
The Courier-Mail can today reveal the extent of the allegations against Petros Khalesirad, who was sworn into Parliament on Tuesday by Mr Pyne in a "grave" security breach.
Bail documents filed in the Supreme Court, obtained by The Courier-Mail, reveal Khalesirad allegedly asked the neighbours of Keppel MP Brittany Lauga - who he is accused of stalking - about her morning routine and how many bedrooms she had in her house.
The bail documents also reveal a spate of angry Facebook messages sent by the self-styled political journalist to Ms Lauga.