Another woman accusing President Donald Trump of sexual misconduct stepped forward on Tuesday to tell her story on television.
Melinda McGillivray told “Megyn Kelly Today” that the president grabbed her rear end in 2003 while she was at Mar-a-Lago for a concert. She was 23 at the time. (You can watch above.)
“The next thing you know, I feel a grab on my right side,” said McGillivray, who accused Trump of groping her while she was backstage with singer Ray Charles. “To my surprise, it’s Donald [Trump] and he’s standing a foot and a half away from me, so his hand had to reach out and touch me. I look at his face and looking stone cold, just stoic at Ray Charles. I stand there I am stunned. I was speechless. I don’t even know what to do or say in that moment.”
“I turned to look up at him and he’s just standing there. He didn’t even acknowledge me,” she added. “He knew what he did. I could see it in his face, the look of guilt.”
In the second part of the interview, Kelly pointed out that McGillivray was a convicted felon.
“You do have a criminal history, you’ve been arrested. You’ve had some felonies in the past, including a DUI with a child in the car,” said Kelly.
“Right, and I’ve had to go to jail,” McGillivray added. “I’ve been held accountable.”
It’s the first time McGillivray has spoken out on television. Her story was previously mentioned in the Washington Post shortly before Donald Trump was elected president.