Once again, Donald Trump has been accused by another woman for sexually assaulting her. Amy Dorris, a former model, said she was sexually assaulted by him during the US Open Tennis Tournament over two decades ago. Dorris said the experience, where she also said Trump touched her body inappropriately, left her feeling "violated".
"I was pushing his tongue out of my mouth with my teeth", she said.
The Guardian reported that her version of events was backed up by a number of people whom she told about the alleged incident. The former model and actress said she went to use the bathroom in the box when Trump approached her. She further added that she told Trump to stop but he did not care. Trump was 51 at the time and married to his second wife, Marla Maples.
At least 25 women have accused President Trump of sexual misconduct of varying severity in alleged incidents dating back to the 1970s, including the writer E. Jean Carroll, who is now suing the President for defamation over his suggestion she lied about an assault accusation.
NBC reports the United Kingdom newspaper said it corroborated Dorris' account with her mother and a friend, whom she said she called immediately after the incident.
Amy Dorris, now 48, said she made a decision to come forward to be a role model for her teenage twin daughters.
Carroll has launched a defamation suit based on Trump's comments about her allegation, with the Justice Department recently taking the unprecedented step of wanting to take over his defence in the case.
"I think they're just a bunch of thugs". The young woman, who was then living in Florida, then went to the US Open, accompanied by her companion and the businessman. They also said Binn, Dorris' boyfriend at the event, had told them he has "no recollection of Dorris telling him that anything inappropriate had happened with Trump or that she felt uncomfortable around him", according to the Guardian. She added that the federal government is trying to "indoctrinate students" into what it deems a "patriotic" reading of history and "all Americans - no matter their politics - should be deeply, deeply concerned".
Dorris provided the Guardian with her U.S. Open ticket to prove she had been at the event, the outlet reported, as well as images that showed her with Trump in NY at the time.
"I'm sick of him getting away with this". I am not quiet. "This is the kind of thing he does and it's unacceptable", she said.
Over the last four years, Dorris said that she had grown increasingly frustrated watching the president dismiss his other accusers as liars.