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Former Arkansas TV reporter accuses Bill Clinton of sexual assault in the 1980s

A former reporter for the now-defunct local Arkansas TV station KLMN-TV has accused former President Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her on three occasions in the 1980s. Leslie Millwee told Breitbart News that Clinton, then the governor of Arkansas, followed her into an editing room at the station's office and "came up behind me." "I was sitting in a chair," Millwee told Breitbart News. "He came up behind me and started rubbing my shoulders and running his hands down toward my breasts. And I was just stunned. I froze. I asked him to stop. He laughed."

Millwee said Clinton assaulted her "on three occasions," and that "each time it escalated." After the third alleged incident, Millwee said Clinton came knocking on her apartment door "for probably five, ten minutes. Knocking. Calling my name. Saying, 'I know you are home. Please answer the door.' I did not answer the door."

Millwee said she did not come forward about the incident earlier because she had seen how the Clintons "slandered" women like Monica Lewinsky. "I just did not want to be a part of that," she said. "I had very small children at the time." Now, she said, she is "very comfortable" with where she's at "in life."

Three friends corroborated her story to Breitbart News. Steve Bannon, the chairman of Breitbart News, is Donald Trump's campaign CEO.

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has not yet responded to the allegations. Read Millwee's full account over at Breitbart News.