‘UNFAIR:’ Miss USA Contestant’s Recollections of Trump Disputed

Former Miss New Jersey remembers dressing room visit quite differently from accuser…

(PhillyVoice.com) A woman who has accused President Donald Trump of ogling her and other contestants in a private dressing room before the 2006 Miss USA Pageant recalled her story Monday on Megyn Kelly’s NBC morning show.

But NBC10 Philadelphia traffic reporter Jessica Boyington disputed Samantha Holvey’s version of Trump’s interactions with the contestants in a segment aired on the station Tuesday.

“He comes in like he owns the place. And like he owns you,” Holvey, who was Miss North Carolina USA that year, said on Megyn Kelly Today, adding that contestants were wearing robes with nothing on underneath.

“He’s just looking at us, eyeing us up and down, and then walked into the dressing room where we have two big security guards to make sure nobody but the girls and our female chaperones can get into the dressing room, and he just walks right in.”

But Boyington, who represented New Jersey in the competition, told NBC10 that Trump and now-First Lady Melania Trump were due to enter the dressing room about one hour in advance, saying they were given plenty of notice.

“They said, ‘Mr. Trump is going to enter the room now. He wants to talk to you guys,'” Boyington said.

“They pretty much called us forward to go stand in front of the dressing room. So we all came forward and stood there. He walked in, he said ‘Hello. Good job. How are you? Good luck.’ Something very simple, very fast. Then Melania said a few words, and then they walked out.”…

“I just want to speak about my experience and my truth because I was a person that was there,” Boyington said. “When I see something that I feel is a little unfair in terms of honesty, I feel it’s my job to say something.”…

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