Rayla Campbell, a Republican candidate in Massachusetts' Seventh Congressional District, is telling supporters she's unharmed after she claimed she was assaulted by two women after leaving a Trump rally Monday.
"I'm ok everyone. I appreciate all of your concern," Campbell posted on her official Facebook page. "I was involved in an incident leaving the New Bedford rally today that turned physical. Two individuals, both female, physically confronted and then assaulted me. I got kicked in the head and have a fractured tibia. I'm sore, that is all. Other than that I have no idea about the two females, what's transpired or anything else and I haven't talked to any media up to this point. I'm heading home now finally, but thank you all for your well wishes and kind words."
Earlier that same day, Campbell posted an image with the message, "A little chilly but don't be silly, Trump supporters are not going away until he's in office for another 4 years!! New Bedford rocked for Republicans today. Take a look, I LOVE IT!! Please donate and volunteer at RaylaforCongress.com so we can get some common sense and sane leadership, who loves this GREAT NATION, IN OFFICE also LIKE and FOLLOW me on Facebook @Rayla Campbell for Congress."
WBSM's Barry Richard was provided an exclusive video of the incident. The network issued the following warning to viewers: "We provide the video here for you to view with a warning that there are not only acts of violence committed in the video, but also strong profanity throughout and the video should be considered not suitable for younger viewers."
Watch the video below.