Three women have accused Gordon Sondland, the American ambassador to the European Union who is at the center of the presidential impeachment inquiry, of sexual misconduct and retaliation.
The three women say that Sondland made unwanted sexual contact with them in business settings, and on one occasion exposed himself, before he joined the U.S. State Department last year.
The three women who shared the allegations came forward by name. They are Portland Monthly Magazine owner Nicole Vogel, insurance executive Jana Solis, and Portland political consultant and nonprofit manager Natalie Sept.
The women say that Sondland retaliated against them after they rejected him advances, according to a bombshell ProPublica and Portland Monthly report published Wednesday.
However, Sondland has denied the allegations, slamming them as ‘untrue claims’ that he believes are ‘coordinated for political purposes.’
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