Police released several minutes of footage of his arrest.
The senior Nine Network journalist, 43, appeared calm in the front row of a Sydney courtroom as his solicitor Sam Macedone entered the pleas.Days after the charges were laid, Mc Cormack was hospitalised and received treatment from a mental health facility.Mr Macedone said Mc Cormack was 'fine' on Tuesday, but the journalist declined to answer questions as he was escorted to a waiting car.Mr Macedone said Mc Cormack 'always admitted to what he's done however the facts weren't exactly correct'.'I just wanted to make it quite clear that were was never any images that were traded between Ben and anyone else of any child exploitation material,' he said outside the court.'It was nothing more than fantasy talk, but no transporting of images.'That's what I wanted, that's what we've got, so we're now pleading guilty and we'll move on from there.' It's understood the 43-year-old resigned from the Nine Network several weeks ago.'He has resigned and we are not commenting,' a spokeswoman confirmed.“We want to stay in control, we do have security and everything.So no questions, no outbursts from anybody.” Moments earlier, Goolesby had pulled up in a car outside the event at the community center in the small town of Henagar, Alabama Roy Moore—the Alabama GOP Senate candidate credibly accused of dating high-school-aged girls as a grown man, molesting a 14-year-old girl, and sexually assaulting a 16-year-old—emerged on November 27 to hold his first public campaign event in nearly two weeks.There also a swiping dismissal right off the top of what was thought to be the series finale at the end of Season 8 in 2006.Add to that Hayes being in top form as the still-acting, fame-seeking Jack, and you have the whole sparkling enchilada.The prominent tabloid reporter was initially suspended from his duties in April after he was pulled over by police in Moore Park, in Sydney's inner east, and charged.Investigators raided A Current Affair's Willoughby offices as well as Mc Cormack's then-home in Alexandria, where they seized computers and other electronic equipment.