Singer Joy Villa said on Friday that she wants President TrumpDonald John TrumpComey responds to Trump with Mariah Carey gif: 'Why are you so obsessed with me?' Congress to get election security briefing next month amid Intel drama New York man accused of making death threats against Schumer, Schiff MORE's former campaign manager Corey LewandowskiCorey R. LewandowskiThe Hill's Morning Report - Sanders repeats with NH primary win, but with narrower victory Trump campaign chief relocating to Washington: report Lewandowski decides against Senate bid MORE to apologize for allegedly touching her inappropriately during a holiday party at the Trump International Hotel in Washington.

"I really want an apology," Villa said on ABC's "Good Morning America." "It's a hard situation because this is a crime that was committed against me."

"For me, really want I want — I want this to be resolved in a manner that all of us can come out feeling good about it," she added. "I don't want to keep dragging his name through the mud and keep the press going on it."


Villa, a staunch Trump supporter and prospective congressional candidate, came forward last week with allegations that Lewandowski slapped her butt at a recent gathering and dismissed her complaints when she objected. 

Politico first reported Villa's claim. She said at the time that she intended to file a sexual harassment complaint, but moved earlier this week to file a sexual assault report with D.C. Metropolitan Police after speaking with a detective.

Villa has also come under scrutiny herself, after video surfaced showing her slapping a man's butt at a separate event. She said on "Good Morning America" on Friday that she owned up to her actions in that video and apologized to the man, George Harris.

"I was being stupid. It was at a party in Las Vegas, and I did stop," Villa said. "And if I offended George, you know, I totally apologize."

"And that's really what we have to do to make sure we have a safe environment. We have to say, 'I'm sorry,'" she added.

Lewandowski told Fox Business Network earlier this week that he is waiting for "due process" to play out in regard to Villa's allegations.