Missouri legislators on both sides of the political aisle released a graphic and lengthy report Wednesday declaring that they find the testimony of a woman who is accusing Gov. Eric Greitens (R-MO) of sexual assault to be credible.
In the report, the woman, who worked a hairdresser, explained that she began seeing Greitens in 2015. Initially, she accepted his advances until things became uncomfortable.
During their first private encounter, Greitens, according to the accuser, taped her hands to pull-up rings, spit water in her mouth, ripped open her shirt, pulled down her pants, and took a photo – all without her consent.
“I’m going to take these pictures, and I’m going to put them everywhere I can…and then everyone will know what a little whore you are,” Greitens allegedly told the woman.
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