Video shows Joy Villa’s own act of ‘sexual assault’


A video showing singer Joy Villa smacking a man’s behind might undermine her lawsuit against a former Trump campaign manager for doing the same to her.

Villa has taken legal action against Corey Lewandowski for allegedly smacking her behind twice after they first met at a party held at the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 28.

A video that appears to have been taken with a smartphone camera has been posted on social media depicting Villa at a different party, sipping a drink and laughing. A man who is reportedly a friend of Villa’s appears in the video and she poses as if she intends to hit him on his buttocks, but does not. Moments later, she truly smacks him on his behind, garnering peals of laughter from her audience.

“Take it easy!” the man says before returning to his conversation.

Villa’s relationship with the man is unclear.

“That was consensual, amongst friends and he didn’t object to it at all,” Villa told The Wrap. “There is a difference between what Corey did to me, in which he was a stranger, it was unwanted and I told him to stop multiple times, and he not only didn’t stop but proceeded to hit me again. This isn’t rocket science: No means no.”

Villa claims that Lewandowski smacked her on her buttocks, prompting her to jokingly say that she could sue him for sexual harassment. Lewandowsi allegedly retorted flippantly and did it a second time.

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