Another woman has come forward to accuse Bill Clinton of Sexual Assault during his time as Governor of Arkansas.
Leslie Millwee, whose name was Leslie Derrick when the attacks occurred in 1980, says that she considered speaking out when the Monica Lewinsky scandal exploded but that she worried about how the coverage might affect her then young children, especially after she noticed how cruelly Clinton’s other accusers were being treated. Today, Millwee can no longer stomach listening to the Clintons and their allies speak about protecting women or about Donald Trump’s rhetoric and behavior, while knowing what she knows about them.
Millwee spoke exclusively with Breitbart News and explained how she first met and interviewed Bill Clinton, and how that led to his attacks on her.
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Millwee told Breitbart News that before the attacks began, Clinton first tried to win her affections with “inappropriate gestures” and encounters.
In one of these encounters, Clinton took Millwee’s notebook and wrote his name above where hers appeared. When Millwee asked if he was giving her an autograph he responded, “No, I just wanted to show you how good Clinton looks on top of Leslie.”
Other similar encounters took place, but when Millwee did not accede to Clinton’s advances he became far more direct.
She described the first alleged assault:
“…he followed me into an editing room. The first time I remember. That it 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. And each time it escalated where the aggressive nature of his touch and what he was doing behind me escalated.”
She says that after the first alleged assault, Millwee told Clinton to not repeat the alleged inappropriate acts. She says Clinton laughed in response.
The second and third alleged assaults involved Clinton rubbing his genitalia against Millwee, she says.
The second time took place about a week later, according to Millwee. “He made a beeline immediately for me. I excused myself; went to the editing room.”
“And he came in behind me. Started hunching me to the point that he had an orgasm. He’s trying to touch my breasts. And I’m just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me alone. And I’m asking him the whole time, ‘Please do not do this. Do not touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.’
“And he finished doing what he was doing and he walked out.”
“He took out his private parts?” I asked.
“I do not know,” Millwee replied. “I did not see that. I could feel what he was doing from behind me. I do not know if he had taken, you know, private parts out. Or if he was doing it. I assumed he was doing it through material but I could be wrong.”
Millwee claims the second alleged assault lasted “probably three to five minutes. And I am asking him the whole time to please stop.”
On the third alleged occasion, Millwee claims that Clinton did “basically the same thing he did on the second time. Came in, hunched me from behind. Grabbing my shoulders, and you know, having an orgasm and then leaving.”
“I was crying,” Millwee added. “The third time it happened it was just so overwhelming. I waited a few minutes. I came out. I went into the ladies’ room. I was crying and very upset. And we had a lady that had a local show there and she actually came into the bathroom. An older lady. And she said, ‘Honey, what is wrong?’ And I said I just had a really bad experience and I don’t really want to talk about it. But I’m very upset.”
She said that she felt “trapped” in the editing room, and that she felt there was “nothing I could do to stop him once he started.”
Millwee added that Clinton actually showed up at her apartment one night after the 3rd assault and spent about five or ten minutes knocking on her door and calling her name, asking to be let in to the apartment. Millwee’s grandmother was staying with her at the time because Millwee had become so fearful of Clinton’s behavior. She says that after Clinton appeared at her apartment she made the decision to quit her job at the news station.
Three of Millwee’s friends corroborated her story, saying that she told them about what had happened almost twenty years ago. One of those friends, Ronald Scott, is a Hillary Clinton donor who was also quick to criticize Donald Trump. Scott told Breitbart News, “Leslie is one of the most frank, credible people I know. She is not manipulative about what she says concerning people or events she is involved in. She tells it like it is.”
Millwee is the latest in a LONG line of Clinton accusers, and her story seems to fit the established pattern perfectly. One has to wonder how the media would handle this situation if the alleged perpetrator were anyone not named Bill Clinton.
You can read more about Leslie Millwee and her story in the extensive report at Breitbart News.
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