Prime Minister Philippe Couillard asks the Chief Government Whip and Huntingdon MP Stéphane Billette to audit each of his party’s elected officials following a statement by a woman who claims to have been sexually assaulted by a woman Liberal MP, reports TVA News. A young woman said last night, before about 500 people gathered in Quebec City, to have been the victim of sexual assault by a member of the National Assembly. This gathering was held at Laval University in support of the fifteen or so women who claim to have been sexually assaulted at the university’s residences. The young woman detailed this alleged incident on his Facebook page, reveals TVA News. The assault would have occurred in a restaurant in Quebec where she worked. It was allegedly committed by a member of the Liberal Party. She reportedly lodged a complaint with the Quebec police last year when she heard of Paul Arcand’s radio show this morning. She claims that the police would have dissuaded her. “We wanted to protect the aggressor because he has a seat in the National Assembly, because he is an important man, because his career is more important than the aggression I experienced,” he said. the young woman in the statement last night. Prime Minister Couillard reacted this morning saying he took the situation seriously. “” If I understand, she would have complained. I asked the whip to check with each of the elected officials. I want to go further. I do not take this situation lightly, “he told TVA News. Le Coup d’oeil tried to reach MP Stéphane Billette this morning, but at the time of writing, he had not called back.