Fraud Squad Detectives from Victoria went to a lawyer's office on the Gold Coast to interview the woman.
Prior to this she spoke exclusively to Today Tonight.
The woman who claimed that Thomson had paid her for sex using his Health Service Union credit card, is now saying something else entirely.
This afternoon she explained just why she did it, and what happened when she tried to stop the story going public in the first place.
The woman in question contacted us through her lawyer and did not ask for, and was not paid any money, for the interview.
The woman had reportedly been offered a large sum of money by the Nine Network, but now says she cannot say for certain she slept with federal MP Craig Thomson.
She says the executive producer of A Current Affair, Grant Williams, had contacted her in May offering to pay her $60,000 to fly to Sydney.
However she declined to accept the money, claiming she was in New Zealand in May 2005, when she supposedly had Thomson as a client.
She expressed her wish to apologise to Thomson for the hurt caused by the story.More stories from Today Tonight
“It was just a terrible case of mistaken identity,” she said.@NDoorley
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