An unnamed NSW politician has been accused of "sexual violence-related offences" dating back eight years.
Police are investigating the allegations, which reportedly took place in 2013, the state force confirmed on Thursday.
"As investigations are continuing, no further information is available," police said.
It is the second such incident of sexual assault against a NSW MP this year following allegations Upper Hunter MP Michael Johnsen, who has since resigned from parliament, raped a sex worker in 2019.
Mr Johnsen has not been charged by police and denies the allegation, calling it unfair and unfounded.
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