Another woman has filed accusations of badual misconduct against the shocked Rep. John Conyers John James Conyers Ethics panel requests details about past harbadment cases against in-service lawmakers Speier Representative: the boss Conyers' conduct is that of a predator & # 39; CBC Dem: Resignation is the decision of Conyers MORE (D-Mich.).
Detroit Free Press reported Monday night that Elisa Grubbs, who previously worked for Conyers, said she saw the congressman touch another of his accusers, Marion Brown, inappropriately and said that Conyers also tempted her once in the church . The other accuser is Grubbs' cousin, the newspaper noted.
"When Congressman Conyers inappropriately touched me in this way," Grubbs said, as reported by the newspaper, "my eyes would pop out and I would be stunned by disbelief."
Conyers last month resigned his position as the highest ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee after acknowledging that in 2015 he resolved a claim for unjustified dismissal. The veteran congressman denied the accusations of badual misconduct against him, however.
Women have filed complaints of badual misconduct since news of the Conyers agreement became known. Leader of the House minority Nancy Pelosi Nancy Patricia D & # 39; Alesandro Pelosi Fiscal reform is a nightmare Déjà vu for the Rep. Of Puerto Rico Speier: Conyers' behavior pattern is the of a predator & # 39; CBC Democrat: Resignation is Conyers' decision MORE  (D-Calif.) And speaker Paul Ryan Paul Davis RyanPaul Ryan: I do not know & # 39; if there is a difference between Trump and Moore's accusers DACA advocates see efforts gain momentum in the House Senate Democrats reject The initial offer from DACA MORE (R-Wis.) called Conyers to let him drop the accusations.
The New York Times reported early Tuesday that Conyers is expected to announce on Tuesday that he will not run for re-election next year.