Indiana Attorney General's Accusers Set To Hold News Conference
Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The four women who accused Indiana’s attorney general of drunkenly groping them during a party are holding a news conference with their lawyers.

The law firm representing the women report that an announcement will come later today (Tuesday) about legal action regarding the allegations against Republican state Attorney General Curtis Hill, as the women’s lawyers said in October they intended to sue Hill.

The four women include a state lawmaker, and three legislative staffers who are accusing Hill of touching their backs or buttocks back in March of 2018 in an Indianapolis bar.

A special prosecutor declined to pursue criminal charges against Hill, who has denied wrongdoing and rebuffed calls from Republican Governor Eric Holcomb for his resignation. He faces a hearing in this coming October on possible sanctions from the state Supreme court, which could include up to disbarment as an attorney.


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