Pell’s accuser has psychological problems – what else?

Chris Merritt, the Australian’s legal affairs editor, reported that the liar in the Pell case has psychological problems:

‘Victorian law meant the jury could not be told that the complainant had been treated for psychological problems.

‘Section 32D of Victoria’s Evidence (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act also meant Pell’s legal team could not tell the jury the cardinal had been denied access to records of that treatment.’

What else about this man is hidden from the public?