Kimberly Guilfoyle told Fox News host Martha MacCallum that she is assisting an alleged victim of disgraced New York Attorney General Schneiderman victim who is not named within the Farrow report.
In describing the victim’s circumstance, Guilfoyle said that she went through a “horrific ordeal” and is “very afraid to come forward” against Schneiderman.
Guilfoyle said that the victim she is working with is a single mother who is challenging “someone very powerful” and called the case “unbelievably harrowing.”
.@kimguilfoyle on former New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman: "He used the phrase 'role-playing.' It is not role-playing when you physically beat and abuse a woman." https://t.co/fQ35H9VelI #TheStory pic.twitter.com/62rwuIDFKD
— Fox News (@FoxNews) May 8, 2018
After reviewing the Farrow report and hearing the story from this victim, Guilfoyle says it is “so compelling and really gives strength to others.”
During the Tuesday episode, MacCallum reflected on previous reports from victims of Schneiderman “hitting them so hard in the head by the eyes that they had to go to physicians.”
Scheniderman has said that other allegations towards him were formulated from sexual “role playing” that he had engaged in, but Guilfoyle disputes that.
“It is not role playing when you physically beat and abuse a woman,” said Guilfoyle.
Guilfoyle added, “People will have no misconception that this wasn’t consensual and that this was criminal conduct.”
Schneiderman, a Democrat, faces abuse allegations from several women that were first reported by The New Yorker Monday.
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