Report reveals graphic details of Missouri governor’s sexual abuse
Missouri's House Special Investigative Committee on Oversight released its findings on Wednesday regarding allegations against Republican Governor Eric Greitens, who was indicted by a St. Louis grand jury for invasion of privacy in February.
The details: Greitens was accused of taking photos of a woman, without her consent — while she had her hands tied and was blindfolded. He reportedly threatened to release them if she spoke publicly about their extramarital relationship. The graphic testimony from the woman details an encounter the two had in the basement of his home, during which he took the photo of her and allegedly pressured her into oral sex.