Singer Joy Villa has accused Donald Trump's former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski of sexually assaulting her at a holiday party at the Trump International Hotel in Washington this past November.
Villa, a Trump supporter, told CNN that while the two were taking a photo Lewandowski touched her inappropriately twice. In a tweet discussing the incident, Villa says she was "shocked and embarrassed by his behavior."
She would go on to give further details about the encounter to CNN, saying the incident occurred between 8 and 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 28 and that Lewandowski "was drinking" and "smacked my ass really hard, almost violent in nature." Villa also told CNN that after telling Lewandowski she could report him for sexual harassment he responded, "I work in the private sector," and slapped her a second time. An official report was filed by Villa on Christmas Eve.
This is not the first time Villa has been in the headlines. Last February, she caught some criticism for wearing a MAGA dress on the red carpet at the Grammys to show her support for President Trump.
Back in March of 2016, Lewandowski was charged with simple battery for allegedly yanking the arm of Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields at a Trump campaign event in Florida, which would lead to him being fired from the campaign.
Lewandowski is just the latest name in a long list of men in power accused of sexual assault in recent months that has ranged from scumbag Hollywood executives like Harvey Weinstein all the way up to the absolutely asinine man known as Donald Trump.
When asked what Villa wants from Lewandowski she told CNN, "If he would apologize, that's all I want."