CPAC's Matt Schlapp posts statement saying he's in 'unbearable pain' over sexual assault allegations
Matt Schlapp speaking at the 2017 Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), photo by Gage Skidmore.

CPAC Chairman Matt Schlapp on Tuesday finally responded to sexual assault allegations leveled against him by a former staffer for Herschel Walker's failed Senate bid.

A statement written by Schlapp's attorney Charlie Spies and posted on Schlapp's Twitter account claims that the CPAC chief and his family are "suffering unbearable pain and stress due to the false allegation from an anonymous individual."

The statement added that "no family should ever go through this, and the Schlapps and their legal team are assessing counter-lawsuit options."

Although the Walker staffer in question has so far remained anonymous, they have been able to back up their claims with the help of contemporaneous text messages, which have also been corroborated by other members of Walker's campaign staff.

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The staffer not only informed the campaign of the alleged incident shortly after it happened but also recorded videos in its aftermath in which he described Schlapp's actions.

"Matt Schlapp of the CPAC grabbed my junk and pummeled it at length, and I’m sitting there thinking what the hell is going on, that this person is literally doing this to me,” the staffer said. “From the bar to the Hilton Garden Inn, he has his hands on me. And I feel so f*cking dirty. I feel so f*cking dirty."