Outspoken liberal musician Moby is claiming in his upcoming memoir, titled “Then It Fell Apart,” that he once sexually assaulted Donald Trump at a party.
An excerpt from the memoir run in The Times found Moby, whose real name is Richard Melville Hall, recalling an event where he claims to have rubbed his genitals on Donald Trump without the future president knowing what happened.
Moby says he was attending a party “mainly full of businessmen and real-estate developers” when he saw Trump.
After the “Extreme Ways” and “Porcelain” singer said he and his friends noticed Trump “standing a few yards away” from them, one friend suggested the musician “knob-touch” the real estate mogul. Moby goes on to explain that a “knob-touch” is “when you take your penis out of your pants at a party and brush it up against someone.”
“‘Really?’ I asked. ‘Should I?'” wrote Moby in his memoir.
Moby’s alleged run-in with Trump occurred sometime around the premiere of “The Apprentice,” a reality competition series Trump hosted and produced for a number of years. “The Apprentice” premiered in 2004 on NBC. It would go on to air a whopping 15 seasons.
Moby describes Trump at the time of the alleged incident as a “mid-level real-estate developer and tabloid-newspaper staple whose career had recently been resuscitated by a reality-TV show.”
“‘S***,’ I said, realizing I now had to knob-touch Donald Trump,” wrote Moby. “I drank a shot of vodka to brace myself, pulled my flaccid penis out of my pants, and casually walked past Trump, trying to brush the edge of his jacket with my penis. Luckily he didn’t seem to notice or even twitch.”
This is not the first time that Moby has made an outlandish claim that relates to President Trump. He claimed last year that friends in the CIA had told him about evidence of collusion between Russia and the president, and they asked the musician to help spread the word. It’s a claim that looks especially foolish in the wake of the release of the Mueller report, which found no evidence of collusion.
“They were like, ‘This is the Manchurian Candidate, like [Putin] has a Russian agent as the President of the United States,’” Moby claimed in an interview with WFPK’s Kyle Meredith. “So they passed on some information to me and they said, like, ‘Look, you have more of a social media following than any of us do, can you please post some of these things just in a way that … sort of put it out there.’”
The musician continued, “It’s really disturbing and it’s going to get quite a lot darker. Like the depths of the Trump family in business and their involvement with organized crime, sponsored terrorism, Russian oligarchs, it’s really dark. I guess we should all, like, fasten our seat belts and hold on.”
Those Russia statements should be all you need to know about how trustworthy Moby is. The outspoken liberal seems more concerned with scoring points with the extreme left with wild claims than presenting any sort of version of the truth. It’s another sad case of Trump Derangement Syndrome.
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As for Moby’s supposed indecent act against the president, he claims in his memoir that at the time he was drinking and partying too much because he was grieving over 9/11 — he lived a mile from Ground Zero at the time.
“After September 11, 2001, the only way in which I knew how to process my grief was to stay drunk, do as many drugs as possible, and throw myself into whatever degeneracy flowed out of New York’s perpetually degenerate spigot,” wrote Moby. “Sometimes the degeneracy was gritty and old school—cheap drugs in dive bars and sex in tetanus-y bathrooms. And sometimes the degeneracy was gilded—helicopters to Staten Island and parties with billionaires.”
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