George HW Bush apologizes to woman accusing him of sexual assault


George HW Bush apologizes to woman accusing him of sexual assault

While some people have found these encounters to be innocent, others did not, and for that, the president said that he apologizes. A rep explained that Bush uses a wheelchair and "has patted women's rears in what he meant to be a good-natured manner". To anyone he has offended, President Bush apologized most sincerely. Lind, 34, plays a spy in the Revolutionary War drama. Yes, New York actress Jordana Grolnick read what Miss Lind said and made a decision to come forward with her own sad tale.

'We all circled around him and Barbara for a photo, and I was right next to him.

Back in 2014, a few Twitter users had referenced the "David Cop-a-feel" joke in association with Bush, Deadspin pointed out.

Also in the Instagram post, she used the "Me Too" hashtag, which many sexual assault victims are doing to now speak out about past incidents.

But then Bush allegedly followed through with the actions that he allegedly had a reputation for, as Grolnick described the incident.

She joins other prominent women who have come forward in recent weeks to accuse prominent men of sexual assault and harassment. Weinstein has denied engaging in non-consensual sex with anyone.

"President Bush would never - under any circumstance - intentionally cause anyone distress, and he most sincerely apologizes if his attempt at humor offended Ms. Lind", McGrath stated.

Lind also wrote that Bush's security guard told her "she shouldn't have stood next to him in the photo".

"He sexually assaulted me while I was posing for a similar photo". "He didn't shake my hand. He touched me from behind from his wheelchair with his wife Barbara Bush by his side", Lind wrote.

Actress Jordana Grolnick told The Post that she had initially brushed of the August 2016 incident when the wheelchair-bound ex-president goosed her - but has now chose to come forward in light of an earlier allegation.

Her allegations continued "And then, all the while being photographed, touched me again".

She added that Barbara had rolled her eyes as if to say "not again" when the president touched her a second time. It wasn't ok for him to do that to me. I can enact positive change. "I could elect for a President, in the component, by the nature of his or her personality, recognizing that his or her political choices should always stem from that personality". I can enact positive change.

"I got sent the Heather Lind story by many people this morning", Grolnick said Monday, according to Deadspin. "I can be a symbol of my democracy". I could reject to call him President, as well as call out various other misuses of power when I see them.

She also mentioned that her AMC castmates learned about the supposed attack since she informed them, which she chose ahead now due to "the fearlessness of various other females that have spoken out and also discussed their experiences".

Perhaps it was inevitable that a prominent Republican, in this case, former president George H.W. Bush, would be put in the crosshairs of a Hollywood accuser alleging "sexual assault", a charge that has been wreaking PR havoc all across the seedy film industry.



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