Not again: Bill Clinton slapped with new sexual assault lawsuits

Not again: Bill Clinton slapped with new sexual assault lawsuits

There is no evidence Mr Burkle was aware of the alleged assaults.

The wave of accusations regarding sexual assaults committed by celebrities in the USA opened a box of skeletons mostly within the Hollywood film industry but, it is now moving towards the most senior-level United States politicians. Because of the Harvey Weinstein scandal these women have made a decision to come forward. Back in August, Klein (who has written books about the Clintons), reported that the Justice Department had reopened their investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails, and had been considering a plea offer.

Clinton paid out $850,000 (Sh85 million) to Paula Jones, a former employee, in a case which led to his impeachment in 1999.

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When asked about details, Klein responded, "I have only one specificity of the allegations". The woman also accused the former president of forcibly penetrating her.

New York Senator Kirsten Gillibrand sent shock waves through the left side of the political spectrum late last week when she dared to say Clinton should have resigned after the Monica Lewinsky scandal 20 years ago. "He hopes his legal team can somehow stop the women from filing charges and drag him through the mud". An article in The Daily Mail said that four women allege that Clinton assaulted them in the early 2000s when he was working with investor Ron Burkle. "There are far too many women who have seats at the table, and they are more than willing to speak up". "They haven't lived as man and wife for a number of years, mostly due to Bill's running around with other women", the source adds.

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