A fifteenth woman came forward Thursday to San Diego’s KFMB claiming that Mayor Bob Filner (D) made an “inappropriate movement” on her body at a public event years ago.
Attorney Kathryn Vaughn, who is one of four local women organizing a rally and march on Sunday calling on Filner to resign, told KFMB that the incident occurred a decade ago but she chose to “let it go.”
“He came up to me and I had a very uncomfortable moment with him,” Vaughn said. “And at the time, I froze and looked around for my husband and there were a lot of other people in the room.”
When a KFMB anchor asked to clarify that Filner waited until her husband walked away, then groped her, Vaughn affirmed.
“He made an inappropriate movement on my body, yes,” she said.
Watch the interview below, courtesy of KFMB: