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Now Adding to the growing list of celebrities who have called for Trump’s impeachment, The Associated Press is reporting that one woman who accused the president of sexual assault has filed a lawsuit against him.
We’re bringing you the details of the allegations.
We will update this story as more information becomes available.
In the lawsuit, Jessica Drake alleges that in 2005, Trump groped her in the Oval Office, kissed her on the lips and forcibly performed oral sex on her.
The woman claims she went public with the accusations against Trump after seeing a video in which Trump allegedly groped an older woman in 2003.
Trump has denied the allegations, which were first reported by The Washington Post.
On Wednesday, Trump tweeted: “These are lies.
These are fabrications.
These false accusations of sexual misconduct have no merit whatsoever.
The women are liars.
This is a witch hunt.”
The AP reported that Drake has filed two other lawsuits against Trump over the same incidents, one of which is pending.
The Associated States attorney in the Southern District of Florida said in a statement Thursday that the complaint filed against Drake is “without merit” and will not be pursued.
A spokesperson for Drake did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The AP report said the lawsuit claims that when Drake complained to her employer, she was told by the person who handled her complaints that she should “just go away and be quiet” and not report the allegations to the office.
The statement added that Drake “felt like she was being told to shut up by a colleague who did not believe her and was trying to get rid of her,” according to the AP.
“When she said no, she felt as though her colleague had lost her trust and respect for her,” the spokesperson said.
Drake told The Associated News in an interview that she feels “disrespected, attacked and mistreated” by Trump.
“I feel like I’m a pawn in this whole thing, and this is the only way I can get some justice,” she said.
The lawsuit also alleges that Drake alleges she was not given her day in court for a deposition in the lawsuit.
Drake has previously said that she was the victim of a hostile work environment at the Trump Organization.
“My case is about retaliation for reporting the misconduct,” Drake said in an October interview.
“This is a workplace in which we are not treated with the respect we deserve.
I’m not going to go away quietly and put this behind me.
I will not stop.”