As if he could not get more disgusting, San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is being accused of sexually harassing even more women, including several military assault victims.
On Tuesday, nurse Michelle Tyler, caretaker to U.S. Marine Katherine Ragazzino, held a press conference and became the 11th woman to accuse Filner of sexually harassing her. She explained that the Mayor said he would help Ragazzino with some issues she has with Veteran's Affairs, but only if Tyler went on dates with him.
If that wasn't enough, Wednesday morning CNN reported that Eldonna Fernandez and Gerri Tindley, both members of the National Women's Veterans Association of America, are accusing Filner of groping and hitting on them. And they're not alone: the president of NWVAA, Tara Jones, told CNN that there are at least seven or eight women who had issues like this with Filner at women's veterans events. Many of these women are particularly lucky because not only were they privy to Filner's advances, but many of them were also lucky enough to have experienced sexual assault while they were in the military. In Jones's words: