Former model Amy Dorris denounced US President Donald Trump for sexual assault, The Guardian reported.
In an exclusive interview with The Guardian, Amy Dorris recounted that the assault took place at the US Open tennis tournament in New York on September 5, 1997.
Dorris, who was 24 at the time, maintains that the then 51-year-old real estate mogul accosted her outside a bathroom, where he thrust his tongue down her throat, groped her all over her body, and held her tightly so that she will not escape.
Dorris said the alleged assault occurred in the businessman’s box when he got up to go to the bathroom, which was hidden behind a dividing wall a few meters from where Trump’s guests, who were watching tennis. “I had some problems with my contact lenses,” he said. “I remember going in there to wet my lens.”
When he came out, he says, Trump was waiting outside. “Initially I thought I was waiting to go to the bathroom, but that was not the case, unfortunately,” he said.
Later, she was assaulted by the president, while she told him: “no, get out”, “no, please stop.”
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The alleged incident made Amy feel “sick” and “raped.”
“I was a bit in shock,” he added. “I felt violated, obviously. But I wasn’t processing it yet and I was just trying to get back to talking to everyone and have a good time because, I don’t know, I felt pressured to be that way, “she says.
In this regard, the lawyers of the current US president denied the testimony of the alleged victim.
Trump’s advocates told the British outlet that Dorris speaking now could be politically motivated.
Dorris told the Guardian her story 15 months ago, but wasn’t sure if she wanted to go public, the outlet said.
So far, a score of women publicly expressed the stories of when Trump assaulted or harassed them, but not all took their cases to court and those who did did not get justice.
BREAKING: Amy Dorris says Trump sexually assaulted her in 1997. Dorris has photographic proof they were together and has multiple witnesses who she told right when it happened. At least 26 women have credibly accused Trump of sexual misconduct over decades. Absolutely disgusting.
— Scott Dworkin (@funder) September 17, 2020