Trump preyed on young women under the age of consent at parties in New York, according to allegations revealed in a new BBC documentary.
In a new BBC documentary, a woman has come forward with allegations that Trump harassed girls under the age of 18 while attending parties in New York City in the late 1980s and 1990s, when Trump would have been in his 40s.
The new allegation appears in a BBC documentary, "Trump: Is the President a Sex Pest?"
Barbara Pilling was 17 years old when the modeling agency she worked for sent her to a party held by Trump in New York City.
She told BBC that Trump hit on her at the party: "He said 'how old are you,' and I said 17. He goes 'Oh great, so you're not too old and not too young. That's just great.'"
Attendees at the party were as young as 14 and 15 years old, according to Pilling.
Pilling said she "felt like I was in the presence of a shark getting ready to roll his eyes back in his head and bite me."
According to Pilling, Trump slapped the bottom of a waitress who offered him a drink and told her, "Don't worry, that's not your tip."
Pilling said that in the bathroom at the party, the young women spoke about Trump's actions and one said Trump was "trying to grab my ass."
An anonymous man who said he attended the parties held by Trump and other wealthy New Yorkers told BBC Trump was "like a predator in action."
He also said he "knew" that Trump was having sex with the party attendees "because the next day or days after we'd hear about it, he'd brag about it to friends and it would get around that he scored, maybe one or two girls at a time because that is what he'd love to do."
Trump is already an admitted sexual predator. The eyewitness account included in the BBC documentary adds to a long line of women who have come forward to detail his attacks and related behavior.
When he owned the Miss Teen USA beauty pageant, Trump would walk into the dressing room where contestants as young as 15 were changing their clothes.
Trump himself joked about going backstage at pageants while appearing on Howard Stern's radio show: "I'll tell you the funniest is that I'll go backstage before a show and everyone's getting dressed."
The episode again highlights Trump's twisted view of women. If one believes, as he clearly does, that women are useful as personal sexual objects, it might make it easier to appoint judges who take away their rights or who refuse to consider their health care.
Preying on women is what Trump does, and it now appears their age was of no concern.
Published with permission of The American Independent Foundation.