Conyers Accuser Reacts to Report He Invoked Chandra Levy When Denied Sex With Intern
A woman who accused Rep. John Conyers Jr. (D-Mich.) of sexual misconduct reacted to news of another accusation with grisly undertones.
Melanie Sloan said Courtney Morse reached out to her after Sloan made an earlier accusation against Conyers.
Morse said Conyers elected to drive her home one night and then propositioned her for sex, according to Tucker Carlson.
When Morse refused, Conyers reportedly brought up Chandra Levy, a former Congressional intern who vanished in 2001.
Levy's body was found in Washington, D.C.'s Rock Creek Park the following year."She thought that he was implying something horrible," Carlson said, calling the allegation potentially "lunatic behavior."
Sloan said Morse became very nervous, escaped Conyers' car and ran away.
"I doubt that he was threatening to kill her," she added.
Carlson later discussed the prospect that Conyers' son, John Conyers III, is seeking to keep the congressional seat in the family.
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