A former model has accused US President Donald Trump of groping and forcibly kissing her in 1997.
It is the latest allegation made against the Republican incumbent just weeks before he seeks re-election.
Amy Dorris told Britain's The Guardian newspaper that Mr Trump sexually assaulted her in his VIP suite at the US Open tennis tournament in New York, claims he denied via his lawyers.
"He just shoved his tongue down my throat and I was pushing him off. And then that's when his grip became tighter and his hands were very gropey and all over my butt, my breasts, my back, everything," Ms Dorris claimed in an interview.
"I was in his grip, and I couldn't get out of it," she added.
Mr Trump has faced more than a dozen allegations of sexual misconduct, including a claim by prominent American columnist E. Jean Carroll that he raped her in a department store changing room in the mid-1990s.
But he brushed them aside in his run for the White House.
Ms Dorris was 24 at the time of the alleged incidents. Trump was 51 and married at the time to his second wife, Marla Maples.
The accuser provided The Guardian with several photos showing her in Mr Trump's company, and multiple people corroborated her account, saying she told them at the time.
She says she told Mr Trump to stop, but "he didn't care." She added: "I felt violated, obviously."
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Asked why she continued to be around Mr Trump in subsequent days, Ms Dorris responded: "That's what happens when something traumatic happens - you freeze."
But Mr Trump's attorneys told the newspaper that her version of events was unreliable and there would be other witnesses if she had been assaulted.
They suggested in comments to The Guardian that the allegation could be politically motivated, coming weeks before Mr Trump faces Joe Biden in the 3 November election.
Ms Dorris, now 48, said she decided to come forward to be a role model for her teenage twin daughters.
She first told The Guardian her story more than a year ago, but asked the newspaper not to publish it.
"I'm sick of him getting away with this," Ms Dorris said.