Woman says Trump reached under skirt, groped her: report

Donald TrumpDonald TrumpCaitlyn Jenner says election was not 'stolen,' calls Biden 'our president' Overnight Health Care: FDA authorizes Pfizer vaccine for adolescents | Biden administration reverses limits on LGBTQ health protections Overnight Defense: US fires 30 warning shots at Iranian boats | Kabul attack heightens fears of Afghan women's fates | Democratic Party leaders push Biden on rejoining Iran deal MORE is facing a new accusation of sexual assault Friday. 


Kristin Anderson told The Washington Post Trump put his hands up her skirt while at a crowded Manhattan nightspot in the early 1990s.

Trump was sitting next to Anderson on a couch while she was conversing with acquaintances, she said. 

She felt his fingers slide up her miniskirt. When she shoved his hand away and looked at him, she recognized Trump. 

“He was so distinctive looking — with the hair and the eyebrows. I mean, nobody else has those eyebrows," Anderson said. 

Anderson joins a list of women who have accused Trump of groping or kissing them without consent. 

The New York Times this week reported the stories of two women who said Trump groped and kissed them without their consent in the past. 

A People magazine writer named Natasha Stoynoff alleges Trump forced himself on her during an interview in 2005. 

And the Tampa Bay Times reported that another woman accused Trump of groping her at a Miami resort in 2003.

The accusations follow the release of a tape last week from 2005 in which Trump describes making advances on a married woman and groping and kissing women without consent.

On that tape, Trump bantered with “Access Hollywood” host Billy Bush about going up to women and kissing them: “I don’t even wait.”

He also said he could get away with things because he was a celebrity and that women would let him do anything. “Grab them by the p---y, you can do anything,” he says on the recording.

Trump has repeatedly dismissed the comments as “locker room talk” and insisted all the accusations are untrue.

"These claims are all fabricated. They're pure fiction and outright lies. These events never ever happened," he said Thursday.