Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill continues to rebuff calls for his resignation over multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, as a Republican staffer has come forward to publicly accuse him of groping her at a party.
Earlier this month, The Indianapolis Star obtained a memo detailing the stories of six women who said Hill, a Republican, made sexually inappropriate comments and groped multiple women while drunk at a party in March.
But Niki DaSilva, a legislative assistant for the Indiana Senate Republican Caucus, said she is one of the women who experienced Hill’s inappropriate behavior – identified in the report as “Employee A.”
It wasn’t until Democratic state Rep. Mara Candelaria Reardon approached her that she learned about the complaint the lawmaker had filed.
Aside from DaSilva and Candelaria Reardon, Gabrielle McLemore, a spokeswoman for the Indiana Senate Democrats, also has publicly accused Hill of misconduct.