Posted on 12/15/2017 2:13:23 AM PST by SMGFan
Public relations pioneer Kelly Cutrone claims Russell Simmons tried to rape her at his apartment over two decades ago, making her the 12th woman to accuse the hip hop mogul of sexual assault.
Amid online reports Thursday night, Cutrone confirmed to the Daily News that Simmons grew violent when they got back to his apartment after attending a party together in 1991.
Cutrone, who was 26 at the time, claimed Simmons threw her to the floor and tried to rip her clothes off, according to reports. After kicking Simmons and screaming at him to get off, Cutrone managed to escape his grip. She bolted for the door and got into a cab.
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How is the accusations breaking Dem vs Repub? Overwhelming Dem margin over GOP. Lib vs Conservative.
I don’t think so.
He might have put a move on, was rejected and he thought, “OK … not that hot anyway”, and let it lie there.
They are hoping to use Simmons to finger Trump.
That’s my guess.
She’s very believable……the 20 year span is understandable.
Keep in mind back then Hillary and Bill were desperately trying to save themselves from Bill’s reckless behavior.
Women he assaulted were lined up and talking. Hillary’s precious political ambitions were in danger.
Hillary’s Bimbo Eruption Team zoned in on Bill’s accusers….they were demeaned, debased, marginalized…called trailer trash, bimbos, sluts and loony tunes.
That’s the reason women did not speak out back then.
She sounds credible. Supposedly NYPD is investigating him.
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