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Former Miss Arizona: Trump ‘just came strolling right in’ on exposed contestants

Updated with response from Trump campaign.

On an Apr 11, 2005, airing of “The Howard Stern Show,” Donald Trump bragged about some of a special perks he enjoyed while he was owners of a Miss USA pageant. They came not in a locker room though a sauce room.

“I’ll go backstage before a show, and everyone’s removing dressed and prepared and all else,” he said. “And we know, no group are anywhere. And I’m authorised to go in since I’m a owners of a pageant. And therefore I’m inspecting it.”

Stern replied, “You’re like a doctor.”

Trump responded: “Is everybody okay? You know they’re hire there with no clothes. And we see these incredible-looking women. And so we arrange of get divided with things like that.”

CNN pennyless a story of his Stern uncover comments.

CBS 2 Los Angeles did a small fact-checking and, theory what, this time, no Pinocchios. Tasha Dixon, Miss Arizona in 2001, told a TV hire that Trump usually came “waltzing in” while contestants were bare or half-nude as they altered into bikinis.

Separately, BuzzFeed News reported Wednesday that 4 women in a 1997 Miss Teen USA beauty manifestation pronounced Trump walked into their sauce room while they were changing. Some were as immature as 15, BuzzFeed reported.

Three spoke anonymously, and one authorised her name to be used. “I remember putting on my dress unequivocally discerning since we was like, ‘Oh my god, there’s a male in here,’” Mariah Billado, a former Miss Vermont Teen USA, told BuzzFeed.

Trump, she told BuzzFeed News, pronounced “something like ‘Don’t worry, ladies, I’ve seen it all before.’”

And BuzzFeed reported that 11 some-more women who had been contestants in a 1997 Miss Teen USA manifestation pronounced they “did not remember saying Trump in a sauce room. Some pronounced they do not trust he could have been there.”

A orator for a Trump debate denied all a claims late Wednesday in a statement:

These accusations have no consequence and have already been disproven by many other people who were present. When we see controversial attacks like this magically put out there in a final month of a presidential campaign, we have to ask yourself what a domestic motivations are and because a media is pulling it.

As for Tasha Dixon, she usually reliable what Trump told Howard Stern, solely with detail. She described to a Los Angeles TV hire her knowledge with Trump as a competitor in 2001 in a sauce room where she and others were changing into bikinis:

He usually came strolling right in. There was no second to put a dress on or any arrange of wardrobe or anything. Some girls were topless. Others girls were naked.

Our initial introduction to him was when we were during a dress operation and half exposed changing into a bikinis.

To have a owners come waltzing in, when we’re naked, or half naked, in a really physically exposed position and afterwards to have a vigour of a people that worked for him revelation us to go tan all over him, go travel adult to him, speak to him, get his attention.

She suggested that such opportunities were among a reasons Trump owned beauty pageants.

I’m revelation we Donald Trump owned a manifestation for a reasons to implement his energy to get around pleasing women. Who do we protest to? He owns a pageant. There’s no one to protest to. Everyone there works for him.

The former Miss Teen USA contestant, Billado, told BuzzFeed News she saw Trump’s penetration as “more of a pretentious ‘I possess this place’ rather than a perverted thing.”

The Trump debate spokesman, in further to denying a claims, remarkable that a Buzzfeed news essay quoted “many other contestants” who “disputed a veracity” them.

Below we can hear Trump and Stern in their possess voices:

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