Former Arkansas Reporter Accuses Bill Of Sexually Assaulting Her Three Times [VIDEO]


Christian Datoc Senior White House Correspondent
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Leslie Milwee, a former news reporter with KLMN-TV in Arkansas, accused Bill Clinton of sexually assaulting her three times in a studio editing room in 1980.

According to Breitbart, Milwee — then known as Leslie Derrick — first met the then-Arkansas governor while covering the “Cuban Refugee Crisis” in 1980, during which she interviewed “Clinton about 20 times at various public events” and “inside the KLMN station.”

Before the alleged assaults, Milwee says Clinton attempted to woo her with several “inappropriate gestures” and encounters.

In one alleged encounter, Clinton took Milwee’s reporter notebook and wrote his name above hers in the ledger.



“I said, ‘what are you doing? Giving me an autograph now?'” Milwee told Breitbart. “He said, ‘No, I just wanted to show you how good Clinton looks on top of Leslie.'”

This pattern of behavior continued, Milwee claims, until the first alleged assault.


According to Milwee, Clinton followed her into an editing room during a visit to the KLMN studio.

“The first time I remember,” she explained. “I was sitting in a chair. He came up behind me and started rubbing my shoulders and running his hands down toward my breasts.”

“I was just stunned. I froze. I asked him to stop. He laughed.”

Milwee claims that Clinton did not climax during the first assault, but in the subsequent two occurrences, “it escalated where the aggressive nature of his touch and what he was doing behind me escalated.”

The second assault allegedly occurred one week after the first in the same editing room.

“He came in behind me,” Milwee claims. “He started hunching me to the point that he had an orgasm. He’s trying to touch my breasts, and I’m just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me alone.”

Milwee says she asked “him the whole time, ‘please do not do this. Do not touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.’ and he finished doing what he was doing and he walked out.”

“The third time it happened it was just so overwhelming,” Milwee recalls. “I waited a few minutes. I came out. I went into the ladies’ room. I was crying and very upset.”

“We had a lady that had a local show there and she actually came into the bathroom, an older lady, and she said, ‘Honey, what is wrong?'”

“I said I just had a really bad experience, and I don’t really want to talk about it, but I’m very upset.”

Milwee stated that she considered coming forward during the Monica Lewinski scandal in 1998, but “remained quiet” to shelter her children “after watching the way other Clinton sex accusers were treated by the Clintons and the news media,” reports Breitbart.

In August, Milwee tweeted in response to an article from the Blaze, detailing Juanita Broaddrick’s rape accusations against Clinton.

It should be noted that Media Matters founder, and longtime Clinton ally, David Brock lists a “local reporter” as one of Clinton’s alleged mistresses.

In 1998, Brock wrote that “Clinton visited one of these women, either in the early morning or the late evening, or one of them came to the residence to see him, at least two or three times a week.”

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