A contestant who appeared on "The Apprentice" in 2006 has accused Donald Trump of sexual assault in the latest case of women who have alleged misconduct on the Republican presidential nominee.
Summer Zervos from season 5 of Trump's reality show held a press conference with lawyer Gloria Allred Friday and said Trump touched her inappropriately when they met at a hotel.
"He put me in an embrace and I tried to push him away," the woman said of the alleged 2007 encounter. "I pushed his chest, put space between us, and I said, 'come on, man, get real.' He repeated my words back to me, 'get real,' as he began thrusting.
"He tried to kiss me again with my hands on his chest, I said, 'you're tripping,' attempting to make it clear I wasn't interested. He said, 'what did you come here for,' and I said, 'I came to have dinner.' He said, 'OK, we'll have dinner.'"
The San Bernardino County Sun reports that Zervos was "fired" from the show but continued to meet with Trump after that as she sought employment and a mentor.
During the alleged encounter, Zervos claims Trump kissed and touched her.
Several women have come forward this week, claiming that Trump sexually assaulted them over the years. Last Friday, a 2005 tape of Trump making sexually suggestive comments was made public.
Trump has denied any of the alleged sexual assaults ever happened and blamed the media and Democrat Hillary Clinton.
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