A woman who accused Joe Biden of sexual assault during the 2020 presidential campaign appeared in Moscow on Tuesday, where she asked President Vladimir Putin for Russian citizenship.
Tara Reid, who briefly worked in Biden’s congressional office in 1993, has said she wants to stay in Russia because a Republican told her that her life was threatened, according to the AFP news agency.
Tara Reid, 59, said in an interview with Sputnik Media Group that she arrived in Russia as a tourist.
However, he said, “As soon as I got off the plane in Moscow, I felt safe for the first time in a long time.” Sympathy was expressed to me.
Tara Reid claimed in early 2020 that then-Senator Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in a hallway on Capitol Hill in August 1993. Tara Reid was 29 years old at the time. He has since made headlines in the media.
His allegation comes at a time when Biden was ramping up his campaign against then-President Donald Trump. Former President Donald Trump is facing sexual assault allegations himself.
Biden categorically denied his claim. ‘This is not true. I am clearly saying that it never happened.
Tara Reid said that she had filed a complaint after the alleged incident, but no record of it was found.
But according to a 1996 court record, her ex-husband said his wife complained of sexual harassment while working in Biden’s office.
It is unclear whether their allegations were ever formally investigated.
Tara Reid, who describes herself as an international affairs analyst, said in an interview with Sputnik that in 2020 she was threatened with imprisonment and called a Russian spy after speaking out about sexual abuse.
Tara Reid sits down during an interview with Maria Butina, a member of the Russian parliament. Maria Butina was arrested in Washington in 2018 on espionage charges.
“Neither he nor many Americans see Russia as an enemy,” said Tara Reid.
She said that I would like to apply for Russian citizenship. I promise that I will be a good citizen. I would also like to keep my American citizenship.