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Former Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields, who filed charges against Donald Trump’s campaign manager after he grabbed her following a press conference, has reportedly been forced to flee her Washington, D.C., apartment.
Fox News and Buzzfeed both inadvertently published Fields’ address in their reports of Corey Lewandowski’s arrest on charges of battery in the state of Florida for grabbing Fields by the arm, according to a report by The Blaze.
Fields told The Blaze that she has been hit with numerous threatening phone calls and has since moved out of her apartment for safety concerns.
Fields alleged that while simply trying to ask Trump a question, Lewandowski grabbed her and practically threw her to the ground. The Trump campaign said Fields was told by Secret Service agents twice to back away from Trump, and when she ignored warnings, Lewandowski stepped in.
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