Huma Abedin, a former aide for Hillary Clinton and wife of Anthony Weiner, says in a new book that she was sexually assaulted by a US Senator.
She said that she buried the incident but that Brett Kavanaugh brought the event back to the surface.
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Former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin claims in her new book that she was sexually assaulted by a U.S. Senator in the mid-2000s.
According to the New York Post, Abedin doesn’t name the alleged offender but says in her upcoming memoir “Both/And: A life in many words” that she blocked out the incident, and the memories finally came back during Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing.
Abedin says the sexual assault happened following a dinner she attended with a group of senators.
“I ended up walking out with one of the senators, and soon we stopped in front of his building and he invited me in for coffee,” Abedin writes. “Once inside, he told me to make myself comfortable on the couch.”
Abedin then details how the man began to push her back onto the couch before forcing himself on top of her.
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