An Idaho lady filed a police report Friday accusing former Trump marketing campaign supervisor Corey Lewandowski of sexual misconduct.
Trashelle Odom, a distinguished Trump marketing campaign donor, stated that Lewandowski made a number of inappropriate sexual advances towards her whereas they have been seated at a Las Vegas charity dinner in September and that he additionally touched her repeatedly on her leg and buttocks.
In her grievance, Odom accused Lewandowski — who’s married with 4 youngsters — of boasting about his sexual prowess and large genitals, and of claiming she had a “nice ass.” She stated he stored pursuing her throughout the occasion, forcing her to hunt out safety from different friends.
“Those statements, coupled with his demeanor and aggressive behaviors [made Odom] intimidated and frightened and fearful for my safety and that of my family members,” Odom stated in an announcement to the Boise Police Department in Idaho — which was later forwarded on to Las Vegas authorities.
“He thought he had a sense of ownership over me,” she added, saying she ultimately retreated to her room, shaking and afraid.
Matthew Okay. Taylor, an lawyer for Odom, stated the police assertion was supposed “for purposes of prosecution.”
The information prompted Team Trump to chop ties, and Lewandowski was swiftly faraway from a plum gig overseeing the pro-Trump Make America Great Again Action PAC.
“Corey Lewandowski will be going on to other endeavors and we very much want to thank him for his service. He will no longer be associated with Trump World,” stated PAC spokesman Taylor Budowich in a tweet.
It’s not the primary time Lewandowski has confronted scrutiny for his conduct. In 2017, Joy Villa, the pro-Trump singer, accused Lewandowski of slapping her behind throughout a vacation occasion at President Trump’s D.C. resort.
Lewandowski didn’t instantly reply to request for remark from The Post.
David Chesnoff, an lawyer for Lewandowski, advised Politico it was “premature to respond to something that hasn’t been filed up until now and that we haven’t seen and we will respond if appropriate.”