An anonymous gay man came forward on Friday and released a document with allegations that Senator Cory Booker sexually assaulted him in 2014.
The anonymous man claims that he had met Booker at his workplace during an informal group meeting and had told Booker how much he admired him for being an advocate of the LGBTQ community. When the meeting was over, he went to use the restroom and met Booker there when he was leaving. He writes that Booker pushed him back into the restroom and up against the wall, and began touching him inappropriately and told him how being a hero “turns him on.” The anonymous man says that Booker was seeking oral sex from him.
The anonymous man continues to say how he did not report the incident because he was fired over reporting that he was sexual harassed in the workplace before. He then describes how he has had a rough time of it mentally since the encounter with Booker occurred and seeing Booker on TV defending the sexual allegation against Brett Kavanaugh had put him in a state of depression again. Continue reading.