New Accusation Claims Trump Looked Up Model’s Skirts


After the 2005 video of Donald Trump making lewd comments with Billy Bush was released, multiple women have come forward to claim additional stories of sexual assault.

Lisa Boyne, a health food business entrepreneur is the latest woman to make one of these claims against Trump.

From The Daily News:

Lisa Boyne told The Huffington Post she was with the Republican candidate, modeling agent John Casablancas and her friend Sonja Morgan when Trump had the women walk on top of their table.

She said five or six models were seated in the interior seats of a semicircular table, and Trump and Casablancas would only let them get out by walking on top of the table so they could look up their skirts.

The woman, then in her 20s, said Trump “stuck his head right underneath their skirts” and would talk about their genitalia and if they were wearing underwear.

“It was the most offensive scene I’ve ever been a part of,” she said, adding that she later said she was not feeling well and had to leave.

A decent amount of evidence has already come forward to dismiss Boyne’s claim.

Boyne’s said she called her roommate the night of the dinner from a payphone. Her roommate, Karen told the Huffington Post that she was seeking publicity and did not remember any phone call.

Sonja Morgan, a cast member of “Real Housewives of New York” confirmed in an interviews with the Huffington Post that the dinner took place, she named the restaurant, and confirmed who was in attendance. Morgan however denied any lewd actions on Trump’s part occurred.

At a rally on Thursday Trump denied the claims, saying “These events never, ever happened.”

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