Virginia alleges that she was waiting for a auto to take her home from the 1998 U.S. Open in Queens when Donald Trump lecherously glared at her and made comments about her appearance to his male companions.
Virginia said no one has asked her to come forward and that many people advised her not to speak publicly fearing Trump would attack her for speaking out. But she said that when she arrived to meet him at a bungalow at the Beverly Hills Hotel in 2007, he made unwanted sexual advances on her. I was quite surprised when I overheard him talking with the other men about me.
"'Hey, look at this one". She writes an occasional yoga column for the liberal Huffington Post, including one column that described her 2014 experiences appearing as a spiritual counselor on an episode of the reality television show "The Real Housewives of New Jersey". "Mr. Trump revealed his true character in his own words on tape which indicated that he felt entitled to grab women by their private parts", she said. "Then his hand touch the right side of my breast". I was in shock.
"Don't you know who I am?", Karena said Donald responded. "Look at those legs.' As though I was an object, rather than a person", she said. "And I don't think there is a woman anywhere who doesn't know what that feels like".
Virginia is the 10th woman to accuse the Republican presidential candidate of inappropriate sexual behaviour.
Another accuser has come forward claiming that Donald Trump groped her.
However, noted civil rights lawyer Gloria Allred wasn't about to let him off the hook that easy... because her newest client just became the TENTH woman to accuse him of sexual misconduct in roughly just as many days!
All these years later, Virginia is clearly still shaken by the memory of her encounter with Trump.
According to the Guardian's piece, Harth "has stayed quiet for nearly 20 years about the way Trump pursued her, and - according to a lawsuit she instigated - cornered her and groped her in his daughter's bedroom". Trump has denied those allegations.
She added: "I have been fearful about bringing unwanted attention to my loving family and me". "Believe me, she would not be my first choice". During the debate Wednesday night, Trump tried once again to defend himself against the accusations, claiming "nobody respects women more than I do".
At another rally, Trump suggested that Clinton had invaded his space during the second debate.