WASHINGTON (FOX 5 DC) - An Alabama woman who worked on Donald Trump's presidential campaign claimed in a Monday lawsuit that Trump kissed her "without her consent" in front of multiple people during a political event in Florida in 2016 - an accusation the White House is denying.
According to Fox News, the woman, Alva Johnson, filed suit Monday against Trump and his presidential campaign in federal court in Tampa. The lawsuit said Johnson served as the campaign's director of outreach and coalitions for the state of Alabama, before working to help Trump in Florida during the general election.
"To Defendant Trump, however, Ms. Johnson was nothing more than a sexual object he felt entitled to dominate and humiliate," the lawsuit states. "Like he has done with so many other women, Defendant Trump violated norms of decency and privacy by kissing Ms. Johnson on the lips without her consent in the middle of a Florida work event and in front of numerous other Campaign officials."
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders, in a statement to Fox News, called the allegation "absurd on its face."