Trump Accused Of Looking Up Models’ Skirts

One woman said he gawked at their underwear or lack thereof.

Yet another woman is alleging that she witnessed inappropriate sexual advances by Donald Trump, now the Republican nominee for president.

Lisa Boyne, a health food business entrepreneur, described a disturbing episode in the mid-1990s: While at a restaurant with her and others, she said Trump paraded women in front of their table, looked under women’s skirts, and commented on whether they were wearing underwear.

“It was the most offensive scene I’ve ever been a part of,” Boyne told The Huffington Post on Thursday. “I wanted to get the heck out of there.”

The story, recounted in detail by Boyne, is another in a growing list of allegations that Trump has engaged in serial sexual assault. On Wednesday evening, The New York Times reported on two women who said they were groped by the real estate mogul ― one during a plane ride more than three decades ago, the other outside an elevator 11 years ago. Another woman told the Palm Beach Post that Trump grabbed her inappropriately 13 years ago. People magazine published a first-person account from writer Natasha Stoynoff detailing how Trump forced himself on her during an interview at his Mar-a-Lago estate.

Trump denied those allegations at a rally on Thursday, accusing the press of trying to undermine his candidacy. “These events never, ever happened,” he said.

His spokeswoman, Hope Hicks, told HuffPost that Boyne’s story was a fabrication. “Mr. Trump never heard of this woman and would never do that,” Hicks said.

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