BEIJING, March 6 (CNN) -- A journalist in charge of crime news in Melbourne, Australia, was recently compensated A$180,000 for psychological trauma in his work, according to Australian Network.
But then the Times deputy editor let her return to her original crime reporting work. She said she refused, but was asked to leave and think about it. Documents from the court showed that she was then told that she would go back and report the crime, whether she wanted to or not.
In view of YZs psychological trauma that day and the trauma caused by other events in 10 years, the Victorian State Court awarded her A$180,000 compensation in February.
In the judgement, the judge said that YZ did improve after leaving the newspaper, but many symptoms still exist, and she is still vulnerable to the impact of illness attacks on an irregular basis.
He says YZ suffers from a range of PTSD symptoms, including depression and anxiety, unprovoked phobia and sleep disorders. He said that YZ had many vivid and vivid nightmares related to the events she had witnessed and recurred.