Everyone thought they knew the extent of Bill Clinton’s sexual abuse of women.

Juanita Broaddrick. Kathleen Willey. Paula Jones. Those are the names Clinton critics rattle off when they point out the hypocrisy of attacking Donald Trump for his comments about women.

But a new woman just stepped forward alleging Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her.

Leslie Millwee was a reporter for a local Arkansas TV station, KLMN-TV, in 1980.

She claimed that on three separate occasions, Bill Clinton sexually assaulted her and even showed up at her apartment to harass her.

Millwee also said Clinton had rubbed his genitals on her in the news station’s editing room.

She wanted to come forward at the time of the assault, but her grandmother warned her of doing so since Clinton was the governor at the time and had the power to retaliate.

She recounted her abuse at the hands of Bill Clinton in an interview with Breitbart’s Aaron Klein.

Politico reports:

Millwee told Breitbart she interviewed Clinton about 20 times publicly and also met with him in KLMN-TV’s newsroom. She said he groped her and rubbed his genitals on her while they were alone in KLMN-TV’s small editing room.

 “He came in [to the editing room] behind me, started hunching me to the point that he had an orgasm,” she told Breitbart’s Aaron Klein. “He’s touching, trying to touch my breasts and I’m just sitting there very stiffly, just waiting for him to leave me alone. And I’m asking him the whole time, ‘Please do not do this. Do not touch me. Do not hunch me. I do not want this.’ And he finished doing what he was doing and walked out.

 She also said Clinton once gave her half of his tie and wrote his name on her reporter’s notebook, and that he once tried to visit her apartment but left after she did not let him enter. She said she was so nervous after the assaults that her grandmother came from Oklahoma to keep her company. After Clinton came to her apartment, she said, her grandmother advised her to quit her job at the TV station.

 “My grandmother said, you know, ‘I don’t see any good coming out of this from you,'” Millwee said. “You can go to your news director and tell her. You can go to the station manager or the owner, but this is the governor of Arkansas. You’re a young woman. You’re vulnerable. If you feel like this is just too much for you, then let’s find you another job and get away from this person. It was just the final straw. After staying up most of the night discussing it with my grandmother, I decided then and there that I was going to leave the station.”

 Multiple friends confirm Millwee reported the abuse to them in the 1990’s.

Millwee claims she wanted to step forward in 1998 after Kathleen Willey reported how Clinton sexually assaulted her in 1993, but she was fearful of being smeared and attacked like the other women who made claims of abuse against Clinton.

She told Klein she went public because the media has, so far, refused to hold Clinton accountable for the abuse, rape, and harassment of the multiple women who have come forward.

Politico also reports:

“I almost came out during the Monica Lewinsky and Kathleen Willey situation,” she said. “I watched that unfold a little bit. I was very prepared to go forward then and talk about it, and I watched the ways the Clintons and Hillary slandered those women, harassed them, did unthinkable things to them, and I just did not want to be part of that. I had very small children at the time, I had a job at pharmaceuticals, it was a very conservative situation. I didn’t want to do anything to bring harm to my career and my family.”

 Millwee said she decided to finally go public now because she believes that the media still has not held Clinton accountable for his alleged sexual assaults. A Breitbart spokeswoman said Millwee reached out to Breitbart on her own “months ago after Hillary’s ad that sex assault victims have a right to be heard.

 “It seems like a good time to talk about it because I think there’s still no accountability in the media for the behavior of the Clintons,” she said. “If it affects the media, affects the election, so be it. I’m sure I’m not the only woman that went through this kind of thing with Bill Clinton. So I hope it encourages other women, and I hope the millennials and the younger people that were not around and don’t remember what happened and what Bill Clinton did and has done, his legacy of sexual, uh, deviance and his behavior — it’s never really been — yes, he’s been impeached, yes he’s been disbarred, but still, the man doesn’t admit or acknowledge many of his victims.”

You can watch Breitbart’s interview with Millwee below.