Whistleblower Michelle Foley has appeared in court to face an attempted extortion charge related to her time as chief operating officer at the Peel Health Campus.
Five other names by which which Ms Foley is known were also read to the Perth Magistrates Court during her appearance.
She was not required to plead to one charge of attempted extortion but told the court that she intended to plead not guilty.
The court was told that on October 2 last year, Ms Foley allegedly demanded $43,000 from her employer Health Solutions WA, which runs the Peel Health Campus, with intent to extort.
The matter was adjourned until May 24.
Extra conditions were added to Ms Foley's bail, including a $10,000 personal undertaking and residential requirements in Victoria and WA.
She has already surrendered her passport.
The court ordered that she not obtain or try to obtain another passport and that she must notify police when she either leaves or returns to WA.
She has to report to the Bairnsdale police station in Victoria three times a week.
Ms Foley was not represented in court today but said that she intended to seek legal representation.She was taken from court in a waiting unmarked police car.
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