For a few years, it has been known that Eyes Wide Shut actress Nicole Kidman’s father, Dr. Antony Kidman, was accused of participating in an elite, violent pedophile ring in Sydney, Australia, shortly before his death in Singapore apparently on the run from the accusations.
The wealthy doctor was accused of participating in a pedo ring with members of the Australian government and others in positions of power, by Fiona Barnett.
In the wake of “Pizzagate” in November 2016, public interest in investigating these allegations against Antony Kidman were revived. Fiona Barnett, a woman who claims to have been raped and abused by Kidman, continues to spread the word.
Recently, a fabricated article from Your News Wire claimed that Nicole Kidman was told by Eyes Wide Shut director Stanley Kubrick “pedophiles run the world.” The quote had no source, and is a distortion of reality that doesn’t help an actual investigation into Kidman’s potential crimes.
Fiona Barnett is the real person to go to for info about the allegations against her father.
In September 2014, Fiona Barnett set the record straight and wrote an article with Independent Australia, explaining how she filed complaints about being a victim of Antony Kidman, and how a month later he died in hiding in Singapore.
Reading from her article:
“ON WHITE BALLOON DAY 2014, September 7, an event meaningful to me because it raises awareness for child sex assault victims, the main perpetrator of my childhood abuse, Antony Kidman, died suddenly in Singapore. Yesterday, he had his funeral.
Kidman was, I allege, part of a Sydney-based paedophile ring of which I was a victim up until the age of 15.
What is undisputed is that, at the time of his death, Kidman was under investigation by the NSW Health Care Complaints Commission (HCCC), the Psychology Council of NSW and, presumably, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Abuse, as well as the police. Since 1986, I have reported Kidman’s crimes to health professionals — none of whom adhered to mandatory reporting legislation, until 2008.
In 2008, I reported Kidman’s involvement in a Sydney based paedophile ring to the NSW Police, specifically Justin Hadley, who is currently based at the Dee-Why station. In 2013, I formally reported Kidman as a perpetrator of child abuse to the Royal Commission at a private hearing in Brisbane. Later in 2013, I made an application to the NSW Victims of Crime, naming Kidman and other perpetrators.
NSW Victims of Crime used subpoenaed medical and other documents (dating back to over 20 years) to determine on the balance of probabilities that I was, indeed, a victim of crime. On 7 August 2014, at the suggestion of my NSW Victims of Crime appointed psychologist, I notified against Kidman to AHPRA (Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency) and the HCCC.
The HCCC and then the Psychology Council of NSW notified me they were investigating my complaint against Kidman.
Just over a month later, Kidman is dead.
I am disappointed by Kidman’s sudden death which robs me of an official investigation into his crimes, but I am relieved that he is no longer in a position to harm other children. I penned my original response to the news of Kidman’s death on the day he died, but before this could be published on IA my article was leaked and a distorted version of my testimony went viral, resulting in numerous media inquiries.
For the record, I did not author the news stories and, although I was quoted in them, I was not interviewed.”
People obviously are interested in the allegations against Kidman’s father because it makes Nicole Kidman’s role in the movie Eyes Wide Shut that much more strange. The fake article went viral because it struck a very real nerve.
Did Stanley Kubrick choose Nicole Kidman for the role in Eyes Wide Shut as an allusion to elite pedophile rings, knowing about who her father is?
The probability of that is increased if you consider that some exact mask designs used in the movie are replicas of Rothschild owned statues in the UK.
To hear more from Fiona Barnett and her experience, here is an interview with her.