Trump’s Rape Accuser E. Jean Carroll Reveals She Sexually Harassed Roger Ailes – Flashed Her Legs in the Air – Called Him ‘Pearl of His Sex’

Trump’s rape accuser E. Jean Carroll on Friday made an explosive claim that she sexually harassed former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, her then-boss and a man she used to refer to as her “future husband.”

It looks like Carroll, who alleged Donald Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990’s has a thing for wealthy, powerful men.

Speaking to Vanity Fair, E. Jean Carroll, 75, revealed that she used to roll up her trousers to entice Ailes and often asked him to twirl around for her.

 

Ailes, who passed away in 2017, was accused of misconduct by many women.

‘Oh, I did it. Every day I had a chance. I call him the pearl of his sex. Right on the air,’ says Carroll, who is desperate for publicity because she is slinging a new book.

‘I roll up my trouser legs. I would wait for the camera to come over. Then I would slowly pull up the right and then the left trouser leg.’

Carroll continued: ‘I would say of Roger Ailes, “He’s my future husband.” It never stopped. I’d ask him to twirl for me. I adored him.’


Carroll also admitted in her interview with Vanity Fair to once flashing a “popular professor on campus.”

Earlier this week, CNN’s Anderson Cooper was left speechless and stuttering and decided to cut to commercial break after E. Jean Carroll called rape “sexy.”

“I think most people think of rape as being sexy,” Carroll said. “They think of the fantasies.”

It appears E. Jean Carroll’s tall tale of being raped by Donald Trump while trying on lingerie in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room was likely stolen from a Law and Order episode.

Despite the fact that this woman appears to be mentally unwell, the mainstream media is propping her up as if she were a credible witness.

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