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An Australian academic imprisoned in Iran for two years has revealed she's dating again after being brought back to Australia in a deal brokered by Australia's top spy. Dr Kylie-Moore Gilbert is living a quiet life in the Dandenong Ranges outside of Melbourne eight months on from arriving home - but not with her former partner who moved on while she was behind bars.


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A British-Australian academic, who was jailed in Iran for spying, said the Iranian authorities tried to recruit her as a spy during her detention. Kylie Moore-Gilbert was also kept in solitary confinement for seven months - a form of "psychological torture" she says drove her to consider suicide. She was arrested in Iran in September and sentenced to 10 years in prison. But she was released in a swap for three jailed Iranians last November. She also described her time in solitary confinement which she says was "deed to break you".

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Australian Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who spent more than two years in an Iranian prison, has spoken about her traumatic ordeal for the first time. Freed Australian academic Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert has spoken about how she used songs and yoga to endure the harsh conditions of an Iranian prison. The Australian academic jailed in Iran for spying has revealed she found out about the affair from her mum. Picture: Sky News Source:Supplied.

Melbourne academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who spent days in an Iranian prison, has not heard from her estranged husband after discovering his affair since returning to Australia and said his betrayal was harder than being kept in jail. Dr Moore-Gilbert, a lecturer in Islamic studies at the University of Melbourne, was arrested in during a trip to Iran after authorities accused her of being a spy and was sentenced to a year prison sentence.

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Yet returning home she was also dealt a crushing blow when she discovered her husband of three years was having an affair. Kylie Moore-Gilbert and her estranged husband Ruslan Horodov.

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Although he never told my family and never told me that he wanted to leave me and maintained the deception right up until the end, but I knew something was wrong. Images of Kylie Moore-Gilbert in a video linked to Iran following her release in November after two years in jail on spying charges that she strongly denied.

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Picture: Twitter Source:Twitter. But her family and her were kept in the dark over the secret up until her release, despite others being aware it was happening.

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Dr Moore-Gilbert said Dr Baxter was acting as a liaison between the University of Melbourne and her family and husband after her arrest. TV favourite Melissa Doyle returns to household screens with a Sky News scoop - the first interview with Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who was abducted and held in Iran for days, accused of espionage.

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I just want to move on. I hope they are happy together and hope we can all just move on with our lives.

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Dr Moore-Gilbert said that the Iranians wanted her to lure her husband to the country so they could interview him and promised they would then both be freed afterwards. But she said they were dreaming to think he would be stupid enough to enter Iran considering the conflict between the two countries.

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Picture: Twitter Source:Supplied. She even considered killing herself at one stage.

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However, she battled through and came out determined not to give up. The academic, who grew up in Bathurst, also tried to leak a letter to a doctor but he exposed her with shocking consequences.

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Dr Moore-Gilbert said she never lost hope and knew she would return to the Australian bush one day. She plans to write a book about her experience and said she is looking forward to returning to a sense of normality, putting down roots and healing. In the know quiz Premium membership Best of shopping Log in up.

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Log out. Video Image Freed Australian academic Dr Kylie Moore-Gilbert has spoken about how she used songs and yoga to endure the harsh conditions of an Iranian prison up. TV favourite Melissa Doyle returns to household screens with a Sky News scoop - the first interview with Kylie Moore-Gilbert, who was abducted and held in Iran for days, a Related topics Melbourne.

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