Meet Bill Clinton’s Accusers


Alex Pfeiffer White House Correspondent
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Hillary Clinton said in September, “Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported.”

Here are the women who allege they were sexually assaulted by former President Bill Clinton. (FLASHBACK: Three Explosive Details About The Clinton-Lewinsky Affair)

Paula Jones

It was Jones’ allegation that Clinton sexually assaulted her that led to Kenneth Starr’s discovery of the president’s affair with Monica Lewinsky. Jones said that while working for the Arkansas Industrial Development Commission in 1991 then-Governor Bill Clinton brought her to a hotel room and complemented Jones’ “curves” before pulling out his erect penis and asking her to kiss it.

Jones sued Clinton in 1994 and the case was settled out of court in 1998 with Clinton paying Jones $850,000. The settlement stated that Clinton admitted no wrongdoing. Jones has said, “It’s really a sad, sad day if Hillary becomes president, because she has allowed her husband to get by with this type of stuff.  Why does he have a right to be back in the White House, the people’s house?”

Kathleen Willey

Willey has claimed that when she was a White House aide in 1993 Bill Clinton “put my hands on his genitals.” Clinton denied the allegations and Willey’s allegations never made it to court. An independent prosecutor said “there is insufficient evidence to prove to a jury beyond a reasonable doubt that President Clinton’s testimony regarding Kathleen Willey was false.”

Willey also claimed that the Clintons ran an intimidation operation against her which included Willey finding a dead cat on her porch. She told The Daily Caller, “Believe me, [Hillary] is the one behind all of the terrorization, and the trashing of all of us who have suffered at his hands. She’s behind it all. She’s hired the private investigators, she’s done it all.”

Juanita Broaddrick

Broaddrick has claimed that in 1978 Clinton raped her while visiting the nursing home she worked at. She said that Clinton bit her lip and pushed her onto a bed. Broaddrick said in a video interview released Sunday, “I was completely dressed. I had a skirt and a blouse. He tore the waist of my skirt. And then he ripped my pantyhose. And he raped me. It was very vicious. I was just pinned down… I did not know what to do. I was so frightened. I was only 35 at the time. And it was horrible. I just wanted it to be over with. So he would go away.”

She said that after Clinton got up he told her “you better put some ice on that” in reference to her bleeding lip. Donald Trump tweeted out Sunday the video of Broaddrick retelling the story of the alleged rape.

Broaddrick has said that Hillary “threatened me personally.” Clinton never personally denied Broaddrick’s claim, instead his attorney did it for him.

These are the most well known and out-spoken accusers, but there are also women who accuse Clinton of wrongdoing and have stayed out of the public eye.

Carolyn Moffet

Moffet was a legal secretary in Little Rock 1979 when, as she claimed, Clinton invited her to a hotel room at a political fundraiser. “When I went in, he was sitting on a couch, wearing only an undershirt. He pointed at his penis and told me to suck it,” Moffet said.  “I told him I didn’t even do that for my boyfriend and he got mad, grabbed my head and shoved it into his lap. I pulled away from him and ran out of the room.”

Christy Zercher

Zercher said that while working as a stewardess on Clinton’s 1992 campaign plane, he exposed himself and grabbed her breasts. Zercher also mentioned that Clinton made comments about oral sex, and she said in an interview that then-White House counsel Bruce Lindsey tried to get her not to go public with the claims.

Eileen Wellstone

Wellstone said that while a student at Oxford University in 1969 fellow student Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her after they met at a pub. In 1999, Wellstone told Capitol Hill Blue she would not go public with additional details of the incident, but confirmed that it happened.

Sandra Allen James

James, a political fundraiser, like many other accusers has recounted Clinton invited her to a hotel room. This occurred in 1991 during a visit by Clinton to Washington, D.C. James said that Clinton pinned her up against a wall and shoved his hand up her dress.