Hillary Clinton was recently accused of giving a colleague a sex toy as a present during her Presidential run. It included an explicit note about how she wanted to use it on her, which left her mortified.
On another day, she summoned a man campaign volunteer to her office, and then lifted her skirt, showing him her vagina. After the volunteer declined to do anything, visibly shaken, she reprimanded him for not engaging in a sexual act.
She would sometimes allegedly quiz men, with whom she worked with, about who they’d slept with, offering to trade names. And she loved to engage in a crass quiz game with men and women in the office: “f—, marry, or kill,” in which she would identify the females and men that she’d most like to sleep with, according to the victims.
These accounts of Clinton’s behavior at campaign headquarters and in the White House are the result of a nine-month investigation, with dozens of interviews with current and former staffers. Three women and five men who identified themselves as victims of sexual harassment by Clinton have had their stories corroborated by friends or colleagues that they told at the time. They have asked for now to remain unnamed, fearing professional and personal repercussions.
At this time Clinton is denying all allegation saying that these “deplorable” people are just paid actors from the Republican agenda working hard at “smearing her name.”