Trump's Butler Disputes People Magazine Writer's Story of Attack: 'Nothing Like That Ever Happened'
Donald Trump’s former butler is defending the GOP presidential candidate over allegations Trump attacked a People magazine writer.
Writer Natasha Stoynoff was interviewing Trump and wife Melania for a 2005 article about their first wedding anniversary when she said he forced himself on her at his Mar-a-Lago estate in Florida.
“I was grateful when Trump's longtime butler burst into the room a minute later as I tried to unpin myself,” she wrote.
But the butler in question, Tony Senecal, insists it didn't happen that way. “All I remember is this woman standing there and Mr. Trump standing there, and they were talking,” he said.
“That was it. There was no physical interaction at all,” he told Inside Edition.
Meanwhile, attorney Gloria Allred introduced another woman who said she was victimized by Trump.
Summer Zervos was a former contestant on the fifth season of The Apprentice. She said Trump “came to me and started kissing me open-mouthed as he was pulling me towards him.
"I walked away and I sat down in a chair. He was on a love seat across from me and I made an attempt at conversation,” she said at a press conference.
"He then asked me to sit next to him," she said. "I complied. He then grabbed my shoulder and began kissing me again very aggressively and placed his hand on my breast."
I pushed his chest, put space between us, and said, ‘Come on, man. Get real.’ He repeated my words back to me. ‘Get reaaaaal,’ as he began thrusting his genitals.”
The Trump campaign is striking back — adamantly denying all the allegations.