Donald Trump allegedly told Jill Harth, the woman who accused him of sexual assault, to get breast implants and treated her like “cattle.” Jill Harth accused Donald Trump of repeated sexual assault throughout 1992 and 1993.
Inside Edition exclusively interviewed Jill Harth on October 10 and 11. Harth told the interviewer that she first met Trump in 1992 when they were negotiating a beauty pageant at a Trump casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
Today Part 2 of Inside Edition's interview with my client Jill Harth and me airs. Thank you Inside Edition for your coverage of Jill's story— Lisa Bloom (@LisaBloom) October 11, 2016
Harth claimed that Donald Trump repeatedly groped her over the course of the first three months that they had met.
She said that a photo of her and Trump at the Plaza Hotel captures the very moment he groped her for the first time and that the photo was taken by her ex-husband, George Houraney, whom she was dating at the time.
“That shows how brazen he was.”
The makeup artist said that at the time, she didn’t go to the police because she was afraid of compromising the business deal.
“I wanted to make this deal happen.”
Donald Trump allegedly also came onto Harth at Trump’s Mar-A-Largo estate.
“He wanted to have the business meeting in the bed. He’s a big guy. He was forceful and he pulled me into the room. I was pushing him off and I was like, ‘Would you stop it? I didn’t come here for this.’ I was angry.”
Jill Harth actually filed a sexual assault lawsuit against Donald Trump in 1997, but she withdrew it, saying it was a condition for settling a breach-of-contract lawsuit she and her then-husband Houraney had filed against Trump around the same time.
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Harth and Houraney divorced shortly after that. Harth went on to date Donald Trump, briefly, who was separated from his wife Marla Maples. Jill explained why she would consider dating Donald Trump after accusing him of sexual assault.
“Here I have Donald Trump calling me, saying ‘I love you,’ I want you to come up and see me. I’m thinking to myself, if he’s still pursuing this after all this, the lawsuit and everything, maybe somehow this can turn into a real relationship.”
But she also quickly explained that Trump was definitely not an ideal partner, romantically speaking.
“I was getting scrutinized like I was a piece of cattle. He wanted me to get a boob job.”
Jill and Donald did not last together for long, and the pair did not speak for years.
After Donald Trump declared his run for the presidency, Jill Harth sent him a few emails offering him her support and makeup services. Jill explained that this was just because she had been looking for work.
“I was trying to get a job with him. Maybe it was not well thought out.”
Needless to say, Jill did not end up on Trump’s primping staff.
Harth claimed that Trump then asked her to denounce her sexual assault allegations against him.
“They wanted me to say that I made up the whole groping thing, and I wasn’t going to do that.”
A spokesperson for Trump gave a statement to Inside Edition to deny Jill’s claims.
Mr. Trump denies each and every statement made by Ms. Harth as these 24-year-old allegations lack any merit or veracity.”
Jill responded to Trump’s statement.
“To have his staff say that I’m making this up. I feel like he was trying to leave me again for road kill. And that’s not happening.”
Jill Harth continues to maintain her stance that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her multiple times, along with all of the other claims she has made.
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