Tracy Spicer, veteran newsreader, claims there are about forty Australian 'household names' guilty of sexual assault.
Now Spicer is believed to be working with police to hold the alleged perpetrators accountable for their actions, and says women have been hit with a 'tsunami of sexual assault.'
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph, Spicer said: 'There are thirty to forty offenders so far and I would say the vast majority of them would have more than one case against them. It's an absolute tsunami of sexual assault, intimidation and abuse. It is absolutely horrific.'
The mother-of-two also claims the perpetrators are all well-known figures in Australia, whether they are a media personality or executives.
'Many of them are still offending to this day. There have been perpetrators in pretty much every one of the past four decades,' she told the publication.
The 50-year-old news reader also told The Australian earlier in the year, 'These women have been silenced for so long, but all of a sudden they feel like they have a right to be heard and are finally speaking out.'
Earlier this year Ms Spicer claimed 'sickening' sexual assault occurred while she was one of Australia's most recognised television journalists.
Spicer also told another Australian publication in April one of her bosses put his hand on her right buttock, asking her if she had 'lost a bit of weight'.
'I actually turned around to slap him, but realised it was one of my bosses. So I just lowered my arm. I said, 'Yeah, after my mother died, I didn't feel like eating'.'
Ms Spicer now wants to drag the handful of men accused of sexual assault before the courts in a bid to 'name and shame' them.