Three former Celebrity Apprentice employees are claiming Donald Trump said he wanted Celebrity Apprentice contestant and Playboy model Brande Roderick “as his wife” and would repeatedly talk about how badly he wanted to ‘f***’ her
The three anonymous sources told The Daily Beast that when cameras were not on, his remarks about Roderick became more graphic, with him commenting on her “gorgeous and perfect body” and “t***.”
One employee told The Daily Beast that during the eighth season “Trump kept proposing to her and telling her how beautiful she was.”
“When he invited her back for another season he kept asking repeatedly again, saying he wanted her as his wife. It was typical Donald… [and] creepy.”
Another source claimed Donald kept on with “the marriage/flirting stuff” and said, “I would f*ck her, take her now.”
One source said Roderick seemed to have “become a sexual obsession to Trump.”
“He would comment all the time saying how “incredibly beautiful” she was, with this “gorgeous and perfect body,” the source told The Daily Beast.
“He kept leering after her the whole time she was on for [that 13th] season. She definitely became something of a sexual obsession to him, and everyone could see it… Again, that wasn’t shocking to anyone on the show. At that point, after many years, it was just him being Trump.”
A source told The Daily Beast that when cameras were on they would have to tell Trump he could not say certain things.
“It’d be “f*ck” this, “how do you think you’d want to f*ck her” that, “what do you think about her a**,” “what do you think about her t*ts,’ adding it was a daily thing.
“It was like nothing was on his mind except for sex,’ the source said.
Last year Roderick defended Trump during an interview with MSNBC.
When asked about an episode during the 13th season of The Apprentice where Trump told Roderick ‘it must be a pretty picture, you dropping to your knees,” she forgot about him saying that.
“I actually didn’t even remember him saying that,” Roderick said.
“He’s never been disrespectful to me,” she went on to say, adding she does not condone men “being derogatory.”
“I think he was just—he’s on television, he’s trying to be funny. I don’t think that he meant anything horrible by it,” she said.
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