The ex-leader of the conservative Party of Ontario would seek to discredit his accusers

News 14 February, 2018
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    The ex-leader of the conservative party of Ontario, Patrick Brown.

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    Tuesday, 13 February, 2018 23:35

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    The former leader of the conservative Party of Ontario, Patrick Brown, has surrounded himself with a team to try to discredit the two women who accuse him of sexual misconduct, reported CTV News on Tuesday evening.

    According to the tv channel, which had conducted interviews with the two women at the end of January, the politician is surrounded by experts, including an investigator in public and specialists in public relations, in an attempt to remove the evidence of her two accusers.

    These allegations had forced the leader of the conservative Party of Ontario to resign, just months before the provincial election, and this, while his party was leading the polls.

    The two alleged victims, Patrick Brown stated that the man would have tried to assault her while he was a federal mp for the conservative Party. One said that the politician had dropped his pants in front of her and had asked her for a blowjob.

    Questioned by CTV News, the alleged victim maintained his version of events, despite the denials of Patrick Brown, who turned to the social networks last Sunday to try to discredit some of the facts put forward by his accusers.

    Patrick Brown will give his version of the facts during a first interview since her resignation Wednesday, on the waves of Global News. “I have not left my house. I didn’t want to see anyone”, can we hear him say in a short clip where he claims to be a victim of an “assassination”.

    His resignation resulted in the conservative Party of Ontario in a race to the chiefdom. Caroline Mulroney, Doug Ford and Christine Elliott competing for a currently the position of chief. The results will be announced on 10 march.