The woman who has accused Corey Lewandowski of making unwanted sexual advances last weekend has sent a statement to police outlining her allegations against the former Trump adviser.
Trashelle Odom, an Idaho-based Trump donor, alleged that while seated next to Lewandowski at a Las Vegas charity dinner, Lewandowski described his genitalia, boasted about his sexual performance and touched her repeatedly, POLITICO reported on Wednesday.
Odom also alleged that Lewandowski intimidated her by claiming that he wielded enormous power over the former president’s orbit and that he had committed violent acts earlier in his life.
Read the full article. Odom alleges that Lewandowski stalked her around the event venue, eventually throwing a drink at her, forcing her to seek protection from other attendees. Following the initial reports on the incident, Lewandowski was fired as chairman of Trump Action PAC, with a Trump spokesman saying he would “no longer have a role in Trump World.” The next day, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem booted Lewandowski from her team of advisors.
New from @politicoalex: Trashelle Odom has made a statement to police and is seeking prosecution after alleging unwanted sexual advances from Lewandowski in Las Vegas last weekend https://t.co/tHxJn5npdi
— Scott Bland (@PoliticoScott) October 1, 2021