Leslie Millwee is a former local television reporter in Fayetteville, Arkansas. In a recent interview with Breitbart, Millwee accuses former President Bill Clinton of sexual assault on three separate occasions in 1980, a year when he was the state’s governor.
“…he followed me into an editing room. The first time I remember,” Millwee said, reports Breitbart. “[The room] was very small. There was a chair. I was sitting in a chair. He came up behind me and started rubbing my shoulders and running his hands down toward my breasts. And I was just stunned. I froze. I asked him to stop. He laughed.”
“That happened on three occasions," she added. "And each time it escalated where the aggressive nature of his touch and what he was doing behind me escalated.”
“I almost came out during the Monica Lewinsky and Kathleen Willey situation,” Millwee responded when asked why she was coming forward with her story now.
I watched that unfold a little bit. I was very prepared to go forward then and talk about it. And I watched the way the Clintons and Hillary slandered those women. Harassed them. … I didn’t want to do anything to bring harm to my career. And my family. … It was very scary watching all of that. And I’ve shared that with some of the other women that have been victims. I just didn’t want to go through that at the time. It was more about my kids than anything.
Ahead of the second presidential debate on Oct. 9, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump held a press conference with four women who accuse Bill of similar charges.
“These four very courageous women have asked to be here, and it was our honor to help them,” Trump said at the panel, which included Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Kathy Shelton, notes Politico.
“Actions speak louder than words,” Broaddrick, who once signed an affidavit stating that Bill did not rape her, then later recanted, said. “Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and Hillary Clinton threatened me. I don't think there's anything worse.”