Tara Reade is disputing a report that says her complaint against Joe Biden didn’t refer to sexual assault or harassment
- The Associated Press reported Saturday that Tara Reade, the former Biden staffer who says he sexually assaulted her 27 years ago, said her decades-old complaint to a congressional personnel office didn’t contain the words “assault” or “harassment.”
- In a tweet Saturday, Reade said the Associated Press report was “false” but did not elaborate.
- She last year accused Biden of inappropriately caressing her, but didn’t publicly allege Biden had sexually assaulted her until March 2020.
- Reade alleges Biden assaulted her in a Senate corridor in 1993 when he put his hands under her skirt and underwear without her consent.
- Biden has denied all accusations against him.
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Tara Reade, the former staffer of former Vice President Joe Biden who alleged Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993, has disputed a recent report saying she didn’t explicitly refer to sexual harassment or assault in her complaint to a congressional personnel office.
“This is false,” she tweeted just before 4 p.m. in response to a link to the Associated Press report. She did not say what exactly was false about the story, and Reade did not immediately return a Business Insider request to clarify what about the report she believed …continued .
[Source: Business Insider]