Lisa Wilkinson is pictured giving her Logies speech on Sunday night, where she thanked Brittany Higgins for sharing her story of an alleged sexual assault

Channel 10 weatherman doubles down on his attack on Lisa Wilkinson with a foul-mouthed takedown  #Logies2022 #Logies

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A former Channel 10 weatherman has doubled down on his assault on Lisa Wilkinson, tweeting a foul-mouthed tirade about her infamous Logies speech. 

‘Simply settle for ya F-ing little trophy and F off!,’ Tim Bailey tweeted, in reference to the controversial host of The Mission. 

And this time, Bailey has left his message up on the Twitter social media website, in contrast to his Tuesday evening tweet, which he shortly took down. 

Within the earlier remark, Bailey ripped into his former colleague, calling her a ‘massive head’, whereas information anchor Sandra Sully and Dawn presenter Natalie Barr additionally joined the pile-on.   

‘Hey Lisa, pull ya head in,’ Bailey mentioned in his now-deleted earlier message. ‘I do know this could be tough, as a result of it’s a very massive head. However please attempt.’ 

Lisa Wilkinson is pictured giving her Logies speech on Sunday night, where she thanked Brittany Higgins for sharing her story of an alleged sexual assault

Lisa Wilkinson is pictured giving her Logies speech on Sunday evening, the place she thanked Brittany Higgins for sharing her story of an alleged sexual assault

Fellow TV business professionals have turned on Wilkinson because the fallout from her now-infamous Logies speech boils over at Channel 10. 

Wilkinson’s feedback about Brittany Higgins triggered ACT Chief Justice Lucy McCallum to order a delay within the trial of the previous political staffer’s accused rapist, Bruce Lehrmann.

That led long-time 10 climate presenter Bailey to name out Wilkinson on Tuesday evening.

In addition to calling her a ‘massive head’ and saying ‘Hey Lisa, pull ya head in,’ Bailey added: ‘#LisaWilkinson #Logies2022 #carparkthief’.

Former Channel 10 weatherman Tim Bailey's tweet (pictured) calling out his ex-colleague Lisa Wilkinson with a foulmouthed quote from English comedian Ricky Gervais

Former Channel 10 weatherman Tim Bailey’s tweet (pictured) calling out his ex-colleague Lisa Wilkinson with a foulmouthed quote from English comic Ricky Gervais

Legendary 10 information anchor Sandra Sully additionally appreciated a tweet from showbusiness reporter Peter Ford blasting Wilkinson’s speech. That message mentioned: ‘Such severe penalties from Lisa Wilkinson… if solely she’d caught to crazy tales just like the paparazzi who stalked her in Chapel St.’

Regardless of the uproar, there have been indicators Wilkinson remains to be in denial over the intense penalties of her actions, with the host liking a tweet which mentioned her Logies feedback had ‘nothing to do with the accused. If the courts do not recognise the distinction, they’re a part of the issue’. 

Satirically, Wilkinson final 12 months known as for discretion in relation to commenting on the case.

‘Naming the person on social media & passing judgement may have dire penalties for the result of any trial,’ she tweeted. 

Former Channel 10 weather presenter Tim Bailey called Lisa Wilkinson a 'big head' in a now deleted tweet

Former Channel 10 climate presenter Tim Bailey known as Lisa Wilkinson a ‘massive head’ in a now deleted tweet

Tim Bailey is pictured on November 9, 2017 in Sydney. In a now deleted Twitter post, he told former Channel 10 colleague Lisa Wilkinson to 'pull ya head in'

Tim Bailey is pictured on November 9, 2017 in Sydney. In a now deleted Twitter put up, he informed former Channel 10 colleague Lisa Wilkinson to ‘pull ya head in’

Individually, Dawn presenter Natalie Barr expressed disbelief on the breakfast TV present on Wednesday, saying Seven at all times runs tales by their legal professionals earlier than going to air. 

‘You understand, we have now our personal legal professionals, we frequently seek the advice of them earlier than we put a narrative to air, would this have been the case the place Channel 10’s legal professionals ought to have stepped in and lawyered this speech?’ 

STATEMENT FROM NETWORK TEN 

‘Community 10 acknowledges the ruling by Chief Justice McCallum and totally helps Lisa Wilkinson. 

‘Each Community 10 and Lisa Wilkinson take their authorized obligations very severely, together with within the preparation and supply of her speech given on the Logies occasion. 

‘In mild of the persevering with proceedings, it will be inappropriate to remark additional at the moment.’

Higgins’ accused rapist Bruce Lehrmann was granted a brief keep within the ACT Supreme Courtroom on Monday, after his lawyer mentioned a jury trial could be ‘untenable’ following the reporting of Wilkinson’s speech. 

Justice McCallum informed the ACT Supreme Courtroom that latest media publicity had prejudged Lehrmann’s proper to a good trial.

‘The case has accordingly attracted a degree of consideration within the media … that whereas not unprecedented, is definitely excessive,’ she mentioned on Tuesday.

‘In depth media reporting of alleged legal conduct isn’t mischievous in itself.

‘What’s a possible mischief is media reporting of such points in such a method … it impacts the legal case.’ 

Justice McCallum says whereas jurors may be given instructions to mitigate prejudice, this case was totally different with Wilkinson being a key witness.

No date has been set for the trial, however the choose mentioned she desires it to be held this 12 months, with an October itemizing in all probability offering sufficient time for publicity to dissipate. 

Justice McCallum slammed Wilkinson’s speech, saying the road between an allegation and the discovering of guilt was ‘utterly obliterated’ by what she mentioned. 

Natalie Barr (pictured left with her Sunrise colleague David Koch) had a go at Lisa Wilkinson and rival network Channel 10 on Wednesday morning

Natalie Barr (pictured left together with her Dawn colleague David Koch) had a go at Lisa Wilkinson and rival community Channel 10 on Wednesday morning

Wilkinson received a Logie for her reporting on Ms Higgins’ declare that she was raped in Parliament Home. 

‘Your honour, this speech didn’t should be made,’ Lehrmann’s barrister Steve Whybrow mentioned.  

Mr Whybrow launched the keep utility on Tuesday, following Wilkinson’s speech.

He mentioned a brief keep – primarily, a delay – was the one recourse to permit for a good trial so ‘antagonistic publicity can dissipate’.

‘It is untenable in my submission for a trial to be held beneath these circumstances at the moment,’ he mentioned. 

TV presenter Lisa Wilkinson (left) is pictured with former political staffer Brittany Higgins (right)

TV presenter Lisa Wilkinson (left) is pictured with former political staffer Brittany Higgins (proper) 

Justice McCallum slammed the media over its reporting of Wilkinson’s speech. 

‘What considerations me most about this latest spherical is that the excellence between an allegation and a discovering of guilt has been utterly obliterated …  on Sunday and Monday,’ she mentioned. 

‘The implicit premise of (Wilkinson’s speech) is to rejoice the truthfulness of the story she uncovered.’ 

She added that Ms Higgins’ allegation had been bundled collectively within the minds of the general public with the work of former Australian of the Yr Grace Tame, regardless of a person having been convicted in Ms Tame’s case. 

‘Grace Tame was speaking about her expertise after the person had been convicted and served a sentence of imprisonment,’ Justice McCallum mentioned.

Bruce Lehrmann (pictured), is charged with sexual intercourse without consent. He has pleaded not guilty to assaulting Brittany Higgins at Parliament House in Canberra

Bruce Lehrmann (pictured), is charged with sexual activity with out consent. He has pleaded not responsible to assaulting Brittany Higgins at Parliament Home in Canberra

‘(Ms Tame’s) essential contribution to the authorized panorama was to say ‘the jury is aware of what he did, the general public is aware of what he did, however I can not speak about it due to the legislation that prohibits me outing myself’.

‘Miss Higgins is handled as being in the identical class. And he or she’s not,’ the choose mentioned.

‘In the mean time, she isn’t in that class. That is what actually troubles me concerning the final spherical.’

The Crown had opposed the non permanent keep, arguing the applying didn’t define a big sufficient danger to the jury that could not be overcome by orders made by the choose.

Former political staffer Brittany Higgins (pictured front) speaks to the media as she leaves the Commonwealth Parliamentary Offices after meeting with then prime minister Scott Morrison in Sydney on Friday, April 30, 2021

Former political staffer Brittany Higgins (pictured entrance) speaks to the media as she leaves the Commonwealth Parliamentary Places of work after assembly with then prime minister Scott Morrison in Sydney on Friday, April 30, 2021

‘The take a look at most apt … is an actual and substantial danger that regardless of endeavours by the trial choose there might be members of the jury that may have prejudged guilt maybe unaware and that can’t be remedied,’ ACT Director of Public Prosecutions Shane Drumgold informed the court docket.

‘We settle for there’s a vital change however the utility restricted to what it’s restricted to doesn’t give rise to a brief keep.’

The Supreme Courtroom was informed Wilkinson could be known as as a witness on the trial.

On Monday, Mr Drumgold mentioned the Logies speech was a ‘regurgitation’ of emotion, making the purpose that Ms Wilkinson had mentioned comparable issues beforehand.

Justice McCallum mentioned, in abstract, Ms Wilkinson’s speech amounted to saying: ‘Not solely do I imagine her, however she’s courageous and extraordinary and she or he’s crucial factor that is ever occurred to me and I am pleased with bringing ahead her allegation …

Justice Lucy McCallum said the public has conflated the case of Brittany Higgins (right) with the work of former Australian of the Year Grace Tame (left), despite a man having been convicted in Ms Tame's case

Justice Lucy McCallum mentioned the general public has conflated the case of Brittany Higgins (proper) with the work of former Australian of the Yr Grace Tame (left), regardless of a person having been convicted in Ms Tame’s case

‘We all know that the accused has given a recorded interview wherein he denies any sexual exercise occurred,’ she mentioned. 

A earlier keep utility was dismissed by Justice McCallum in April, when she mentioned she wasn’t persuaded instructions given to the jury could not alleviate considerations of prejudice towards Lehrmann.

Mr Drumgold argued the second utility constituted ‘a re-agitation of that order’.

The case was initially on account of start on June 6 however was delayed till June 27 after Lehrmann’s barrister pulled out days earlier than the trial.