Former staffer Tara Reade says Joe Biden sexually assaulted her in 1993

Tara Reade, a previous staff member to Joe Biden when he served in the Senate, publicly aired her charge of sexual assault against the hypothetical Democratic presidential candidate one month ago

Reade claimed that Biden sexually assaulted her in the Capitol in 1993 when she worked as in as an assistant. Biden’s campaign has denied the assault occurred and urged the press to make further investigations, though he still can’t seem to respond freely to Reade’s charge.

In the meantime, more people who state they were told about the supposed assault in that time have arrived forward to certify Reade’s story. On Monday, a reported that a previous neighbor of Reade’s from the 1990s and a previous colleague in a California express representative’s office reviewed Reade portraying parts of her record.

The allegation of the assault now waits as Biden everything except certainly claim the nomination and picks up endorsements from significant figures like Barack Obama, 2016  Hillary Clinton, and his greatest rival in the 2020 race, Sen. Bernie Sanders.

Who is Tara Reade?

Tara Reade worked for Biden for around eight months in 1992 and 1993 as an aid, which included directing assistants, as indicated by revealing by The New York Times. It was in 1993 that Reade claims Biden attacked her.

After Reade stated that she complained to chiefs about sexual harassment not assault, she had her obligations downsized accordingly until she was inevitably advised to get another job. In interviews with the Associated Press and The New York Times, Reade was conflicting in naming the administrator who advised her to move on. Former Biden staff members in directing jobs at the time met by news outlets say they don’t review a report of that nature ever being documented or talking about it with her.