Kathleen Willey, One of Bill Clinton’s Sexual Assault Accusers, Says Other Victims Should Break Silence
Kathleen Willey, One of Bill Clinton’s Sexual Assault Accusers, Says Other Victims Should Break Silence

One of the women who has accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual assault has spoken out again, urging women who may have also been victims to come forward.

“I would just like to encourage any woman who has suffered at the hands of Bill Clinton to please try to find the courage and bravery to come forth. Because it’s okay now. Nobody can hurt you now. It’s as simple as that,” Kathleen Willey said on Aaron Klein Investigative Radio, a Sunday program, according to Breitbart.

“Nobody can touch you now. The word is out. You will be okay but you will be doing the right thing for all the right reasons and you will be helping your fellow sisters.”

Willey’s comments came just days after Juanita Broaddrick, another of Clinton’s accusers, spoke out and said the nation should not elect Clinton’s wife Hillary as president.

Former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey arrives at federal court in Washington Tuesday March 10, 1998 where a grand jury is investigating an alleged affair between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. If she testifies, Willey may tell about an alleged sexual encounter with President Clinton. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Former White House volunteer Kathleen Willey arrives at federal court in Washington Tuesday March 10, 1998 where a grand jury is investigating an alleged affair between President Clinton and Monica Lewinsky. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

President Clinton makes a statement on Monday, March 16, 1998, in Silver Spring, Md., about Kathleen Willey's interview on 60 Minutes. Clinton declared that "nothing improper happened" in a meeting with Willey, and that he told the truth when he denied under oath making any sexual advance toward the former White House volunteer. (AP Photo/Ruth Fremson)
President Clinton makes a statement on Monday, March 16, 1998, in Silver Spring, Md., about Kathleen Willey’s interview on 60 Minutes. Clinton declared that “nothing improper happened” in a meeting with Willey, and that he told the truth when he denied under oath making any sexual advance toward the former White House volunteer. (AP Photo/Ruth Fremson)

 

And like Broaddrick, Willey expressed her support of Donald Trump, who helped bring the subject back in the news by complaining of Bill Clinton’s “terrible record of women abuse” after Hillary claimed the billionaire exhibits a “penchant for sexism.”

“Thank you very much, Mr. Trump, for asking the right question at the right time. And please keep asking more,” Willey said. 

She said she has received numerous threats over the years, but those have died down.

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