“The dresses are too big, they’re too high,” said a woman in a store in Brooklyn.
“It’s not my style, it’s not what I do.
I’m going to wear a skirt and dress.”
The woman, who did not want to be identified because she is a victim of the alleged assault, was shopping for an evening gown.
A man wearing a dress and a black leather jacket entered the store and began hitting on a young woman who said she was a friend of hers.
The man began slapping the woman, yelling “F— Trump,” and said “Go back to your country.”
When she tried to run away, the man grabbed her arm and pulled her toward the store’s exit.
The woman was then dragged to the floor, where a security guard was called.
The guard told the woman to run back to the store, where her friend, who was wearing a pink swimsuit and a long brown coat, called the police.
The police report indicates the man was later identified by the store employee who saw him.
Trump said Friday that her “personal staff” and her private security staff have been “out of contact” with police since Friday.
Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, have not been charged with any crime, but the Trump Organization has been accused of paying the police and security for help after the incident.
Trump’s husband is the subject of a civil lawsuit from a woman who says she was sexually assaulted in 1991.
The suit says that Trump and Kushner, who are married, did not act in good faith and should be held responsible for the alleged assaults.
“This was an attack by a predatory individual, who went into my home and sexually assaulted me,” the woman told CNN.
“My husband, in no way, shape or form, was the one who made this decision.
He’s a father of two young girls, and it’s just heartbreaking to see him in the position of being held to account for this.”