Mindy McGillivray and other five women who have stepped forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual harassment say they no longer feel safe in the United States.
According to Daily Mail, McGillivray said the threats began after she revealed how the Republican presidential candidate groped her 13 years ago.
“We feel the backlash of the Trump supporters. It scares us. It intimidates us. We are in fear of our lives,” the 36-year-old said while narrating to Palm Beach Post how she got her first threat at her home.
“I look out the window and there are cars just driving around the house and looking, slowing down right at the house. I don’t live in a gated community. This is dangerous. There could be people out there who want to hurt us.”
McGillivray opened up about the Trump harassment after the politician denied ever groping women, claiming his ‘grab them by the pussy’ talk was mere ‘locker room’ talk.
“It’s a respect issue for all women. If something like this happens to you, you should speak up,” McGillivray said.
Other women who have accused the politician include Jessica Leeds, Rachel Crooks, Natasha Stoynoff, Cassandra Searles, and Temple Taggart.
Meanwhile, Paula Jones, the former Arkansas state employee who sued former President Bill Clinton for sexual harassment, claims her life will be in danger if Hillary Clinton wins.
Bill Clinton gave Jones $850,000 as part of an out-of-court settlement in the 1991 court case.
Now, Jones says a Clinton administration would be hell for her.
“Absolutely I feel that way if she gets in,” Jones told Fox News.