Sean Hannity’s accuser Debbie Schlussel is now changing her story and said Sean never sexually harassed her.
Schlussel changes her story after Hannity announced he would take her to court.
The Hill reported:
Debbie Schlussel, a former Fox News guest, said in an interview with LawNewz.com on Monday that she didn’t consider her interactions with Fox News host Sean Hannity “sexual harassment,” although she continues to say the conservative media star was “creepy.” “I would never accuse him of that. Sexual harassment has a special meaning under the law, and I would never accuse him of that,” Schlussel, who is also an attorney, told LawNewz.
Schlussel told radio host Pat Campbell on Friday that an alleged conversation occurred that included Hannity inviting her back to his hotel room, which she says she declined. She could not provide a date of the conversation during the Friday interview but said Monday it happened in “the early 2000s.” On Monday, Schlussel clarified her story, saying that Hannity had invited her back to his hotel, not his hotel room as she said on Friday. Schussel also alleged on Friday she was eventually not invited back on Hannity’s program because she rebuffed the alleged proposition. On Monday, Schussel declined to say Hannity “sexual harassed” her but stuck by her description of two alleged incidents with Hannity.
(via: Red State Watcher)