Committee Report Reveals Graphic Allegations Against Missouri Governor

Committee Report Reveals Graphic Allegations Against Missouri Governor

Committee Report Reveals Graphic Allegations Against Missouri Governor

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley (R), who is running for Senate, and Sen.

Greitens, who is charged with criminal invasion of privacy in connection with an admitted extramarital affair in 2015 before his election, said earlier on Wednesday that he was determined to stay in office while fighting to clear his name in court.

I have read the official report from the Republican-led Missouri House investigation, including the sworn testimony.

The first-term Republican governor said ahead of the report being released that it's little more than a "political witch hunt", saying at a news conference that it would be full of "lies and falsehoods".

A friend of the woman's also testified that the woman said she was upset during one encounter but still performed a sex act on Greitens "so that she could leave". Greitens was fined by the Missouri Ethics Commission in 2017 for not reporting that he obtained an email list from the charity during his gubernatorial campaign. "I feel like you haven't been treated good in so long". "I felt as if that may allow me to depart".

Greitens has called the allegations "tabloid trash". Greitens then took off his trousers and coerced her into having oral sex, she told the committee.

The graphic report details multiple instances in which the woman said Greitens spanked, slapped, grabbed, shoved and called her derogatory names during a series of sexual encounters as he was preparing to run for office in 2015.

Still, Robertson said the already chilly relationship between Greitens and many of his Republican colleagues could haunt the governor.

With so much swirling around Greitens personally, Republican legislative leaders have issued assurances that they will continue with business as usual despite potential turmoil in the governor's office.

It "actually hurt, and I know that I actually was really scared and sad when that happened", she testified. When she named her estranged husband, he slapped her across the face, she testified.

The woman testified that at Greitens' invitation she went to his home in St. Louis before work on March 21, 2015, going in through the back door. Prosecutors beforehand acknowledged that they didn't have the , though they is likely to be attempting to amass it.

During another encounter, she alleged that "out of nowhere" Greitens "smacked me and grabbed me and shoved me down on the ground", causing her to start bawling. "And I thought about you, though, and I felt bad, so I erased it'". But the prosecutor in the case says the defense "cherry picked bits and pieces" of her nine-hour deposition and the woman's attorney says the comment referred to one particular instance concerning the photo.

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