Four women have accused US Republican Presidential nominee, Donald Trump of forcibly groping or kissing them without their consent in news reports published Wednesday by Washington post.
One of the women alleges that Trump tried to put his hand up her skirt during a flight about 30 years ago while they both sat in the Business class section of the plane, the New York Times reported.
She added that after the incident, she was mortified and got up from her seat and went to the Economy section of the plane where she stayed for the rest of the flight.
Another woman said Trump kissed her on the mouth outside an elevator in 2005.
A third woman said Trump groped her backside at his Mar-a-Lago resort 13 years ago, according to the Palm Beach Post.
While the fourth woman, who was a People magazine reporter at that time, claims Trump kissed her without her consent when the two were alone in 2005 right before an interview she was about to conduct with Trump and his wife.
Trump who was in Miami when the news broke Wednesday has since denied the allegations the first two allegations in an interview with the Times, saying that he was considering filing a lawsuit against the Times and was consulting with advisers about his legal options.
According to sources close to Trump, the presidential candidate is furious about the accusations made against him in the story and with the newspaper for publishing them.
In a statement issued by his campaign after the Times report was published, spokesman Jason Miller said:
“This entire article is fiction.”
Trump spokeswoman Hope Hicks “there is no truth” to the third allegation. His campaign denied the fourth allegation.