On October 12, former People writer Natasha Stoynoff wrote a powerful essay accusing Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in 2005 during an interview at his Mar-a-Lago vacation home. Trump has since vehemently denied the accusations and even questioned Stoynoff’s story during a campaign rally by saying, “Look at her... I don’t think so.”
On Tuesday, People published a report featuring six people who the outlet says can corroborate Stoynoff’s story. Included in the six witnesses are two of Stoynoff’s longtime friends and three coworkers.
In her original People essay, Stoynoff wrote that she arrived at the Trumps’ Mar-a-Lago house for an interview, but Melania had not arrived yet. Stoynoff wrote that Trump took her into a room alone where he told her: “You know we’re going to have an affair, don’t you?”