On Saturday’s AM Joy with Joy Reid, powerhouse attorney and victims’ rights advocate Gloria Allred announced that she would be holding a press conference later in the day to present another woman — this will make 11 — who accuses Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump of sexual assault.
The press conference begins at 5 p.m. Eastern time, 2 p.m. Pacific.
UPDATE: The new accuser has been identified as adult performer Jessica Drake.
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UPDATE (5:16 p.m. Eastern): Drake said that she met Trump at a golf tournament and that he asked her up to his room. He pressured her to have sex with him and offered her $10,000 and the use of his private jet to have sex with him, which she declined.
Watch video of the press conference, embedded below:
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