Only the LNP helped me, says former partner of Billy Gordon

Kristy Peckham, the former partner of Queensland MP Billy Gordon, talks to A Current Affair.
Kristy Peckham, the former partner of Queensland MP Billy Gordon, talks to A Current Affair. A Current Affair

BILLY Gordon's former partner has claimed in an interview the only politicians who have given her any help are from the LNP.

In an interview with A Current Affair screened on Thursday night, Kristy Peckham, who said she had not received "anything" from the network in exchange for her interview, said Mr Gordon lied when he told Parliament on March 27 he no longer owed her child support, as $24 remained in arrears.


She told the program the debt had once again increased, showing documents which showed $732 was outstanding.

The documents, which the LNP had shown uncensored to media the afternoon ahead of the interviews airing on the Nine Network, recorded Mr Gordon's wage to be nearly $100,000 less than his salary as a politician. His new salary will not be registered until he lodges a tax return this year.

Ms Peckham told the program she was not seeking to politicise the issue.

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