Radio hosts Michael Christian and Mel Greig on Today Tonight at the time of the prank incident.
Radio hosts Michael Christian and Mel Greig on Today Tonight at the time of the prank incident.

Royal prank DJ files 'safe workplace' complaint

EMBATTLED radio host Mel Greig is accusing employer Southern Cross Austereo of failing to provide a safe workplace over her involvement in the ill-fated royal radio prank.

Adelaide-born DJ Greig has filed a claim with the Fair Work Commission.

In December, the national radio network aired a prank call Greig and her co-host Michael Christian made to the

London hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated for morning sickness.

The nurse who put through the call, Jacintha Saldanha, committed suicide days later with the incident resulting in an inquest which will take place in the UK in September.

Read more at News.com.au


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