Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson: Latest In Parade Of Women Alleging Trump Sexual Misconduct [Updated]

Summer Zervos, the second of two women today, has come forward with allegations of unwanted sexual advances by Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Ms. Zervos held a press conference with her attorney, Gloria Allred, where she detailed his attempts to “get her to lie down on a bed” with him when discussing an employment opportunity in 2007, as reported by Reuters.

Zervos joined Kristin Anderson in the Trump unwanted sexual advance lineup Friday, as previously reported by the Inquisitr.

Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson, and numerous other women, more than a dozen, as reported by NY Mag, have come forward publicly accusing Donald Trump of touching them or kissing them in an unwanted, inappropriate way.

Ms. Zervos was a contestant on the fifth season of Donald Trump’s Apprentice series.

“I don’t know who these people are. I look on television, I think it’s a disgusting thing and it’s being pushed, they have no witnesses, there’s nobody around,” Trump was quoted at a rally in North Carolina earlier today.

“I vaguely remember Ms. Zervos as one of the many contestants on The Apprentice over the years. To be clear, I never met her at a hotel or greeted her inappropriately a decade ago,” a statement written by Donald Trump reads.

The Republican described what he perceives as a “theater of absurdity” being created with the coverage of the accusations against him and that “due diligence and fact-finding” have gone by the wayside.

Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson: latest women to come forward with allegations of inappropriate sexual advances by candidate for president of the United States, Donald J. Trump.

At the Greensboro rally, Trump was said to have claimed that the allegations are a “set-up,” that his accusers are “disgusting,” and that they may be seeking “free fame.”

Kristin Anderson was reportedly “groped” by the Republican at a New York City nightclub over 20 years ago. The 46-year-old claimed that Trump reached “up her miniskirt and begin to touch her vagina.”

At the Summer Zervos media conference in L.A., Zervos recounted Trump’s unwanted advances. The The Apprentice contestant spoke of holding an admiration for the Republican candidate, even “after she was fired” and hoping to keep good relations with him as a “mentor” and “employer.”

Ms. Zervos described a subsequent need to travel to New York for a “social obligation” and contacting the Trump organization with the hope of meeting with Trump to discuss her career.

Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson, and numerous other women have now come forward with accusations of Donald Trump groping them or touching them in inappropriate ways.

When Summer Zervos arrived for a meeting in Donald Trump’s office she stated that he “kissed her on the lips” and wondered if perhaps it was just the way the Republican greets people. She described Trump praising her, indicating that he was interested in employing her, that he intended to travel to L.A., and that he would “contact her.”

Ms. Zervos described feeling a sense of pride at seemingly being accepted by the billionaire business mogul as a potential employee. As she went to leave the office, Trump kissed Zervos again, this time upsetting her.

“This was not what I wanted or expected,” Zervos stated.

Zervos claims that Trump asked for her phone number and that she gave it to him.

The reality show participant stated that she left right away; later talking on the phone with a “friend in New York,” discussing the situation with her family, and coming to the conclusion that Trump’s actions were innocent.

After several phone calls to Zervos, she was said to have been invited to eat dinner with Trump in a restaurant and to instead arrive at his hotel in Los Angeles to find herself being escorted to a private bungalow by a security guard.

“Hello,” Summer Zervos imitated Trump’s see-sawing greeting to her from the bathroom inside the house, in a manner seemingly comparable with the young girl in the original Steven Spielberg film, Poltergeist, speaking with regard to demons possessing the family’s television set. She stated that she found his manner to be uncomfortably flattering, but that she waited for about 15 minutes before he emerged.

Summer Zervos, Kristin Anderson, and more than a dozen other women have levied accusations of sexual impropriety on the part of the Donald Trump over past decades.
Donald Trump with Miss Universe, Paulina Vega, in 2015. [Image by John Parra/Getty Images for Trump National Doral]

Ms. Zervos stated that Donald Trump immediately pulled her close to him and kissed her with an “open mouth.” Trump invited her to sit with him on a loveseat and that she “complied.” The presidential nominee was said to have touched Zervos’ breasts and kissed her “aggressively.”

Zervos described getting up from the loveseat, Trump following her, and then allowing herself to be led into a bedroom with the real estate magnate, who claims to have a net worth north of $10 billion, as reported by the Inquisitr.

“Let’s lay down and watch some telly, telly,” Trump was reported to suggest to the one-time hopeful apprentice, which she apparently again complied with. However, once on the bed, when Trump reportedly attempted to embrace with Summer Zervos, she stated that she told him to “get real,” which he repeated back, mocking her.

She described Donald Trump beginning to “thrust his genitals,” but stopping once she protested.

The two then ate dinner together where Zervos stated that Trump bragged about being able to get out of repaying debts and suggesting that she allow the mortgage on her home to “default” so that the bank would be forced to take “anything” to get the bad loan off of their books.

Trump was reported to tell the one-time reality show participant that what he described was a “mini version” of how he operates.

After leaving, Zervos said that she asked herself if she had undergone some type of “sexual test,” but decided to meet with him once again when he invited her to a golf course after discussing the situation with her father. According to Ms. Zervos, Trump did not show up, but subsequently called her, and offered a job at half the salary they had previously discussed.

Zervos stated that she immediately informed Donald Trump that she believed she was being “penalized” for not having sex with him and that she never saw him again.

Following this point, Summer Zervos reported Trump giving her “the runaround” when she attempted to contact him with regard to employment.

The woman described the “pain and anguish” Donald Trump’s unwanted sexual advances had caused, and spoke of seeking an apology from him after seeing other women come forward over the past week.

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