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Trump donor’s police statement details Lewandowski claiming he stabbed two people to death: report

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After being booted from his lucrative spot in Trump world and on the pro-Trump Make America Great Again Action PAC, Corey Lewandowski is now facing much more than sexual harassment allegations following the public release of Trashelle Odom’s official statement to police.

Odom, a Trump donor, initially made headlines this week when she publicly shared her disturbing sexual harassment allegation against Lewandowski after her experience with the Trump official at a charity dinner last Sunday in Las Vegas, Nevada.

While it was known that Lewandowski’s alleged misconduct made Odom fear for her safety, new details that emerged from the full statement Odom gave to police (obtained exclusively by the DailyMail) have even darker implications, as she detailed Lewandowski’s alleged claims of stabbing two people to death.

At the dinner, Odom recalled discussing California with Lewandowski, specifically the “bad area” where she grew up that happened to be near where he was traveling.

What would typically be banal small talk transformed to anything but when Lewandowski allegedly told Odom that he “was from a bad part of Boston and have killed people.”

Odom said she interpreted the Trump advisor’s comments as a joke and laughed them off.

“That is when Lewandowski went into detail and stated something to the effect of, ‘when I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him,’” Odom said, adding, “He continued and shared that when he was older he, ‘stabbed a man in the back of the head, also killing him.’’

The Trump donor said that Lewandowski’s claims coupled with his demeanor and aggressive behaviors led her to feel “intimidated and frightened and fearful” for her safety and that of her family members.

Odom detailed her inner turmoil as she tried to extract herself from the situation without creating a scene.

“His behavior was so aggressive that others began to notice and another guest even came over to ask if I was okay. I even texted my sister (and others) in a group message, ‘wtf.’ Lewandowski was watching me type, and so I did not feel safe to expound more,” Odom told police.

The donor claimed that the well-known advisor to the former president continued to make sexual advances throughout the evening in spite of her efforts to rebuff him.

“It was apparent that my reactions to Lewandowski’s stories, threats, and aggressive sexual advances were not normal for Lewandowski as Lewandowski ultimately threw his drink at me, hitting my dress, shoe and foot,” Odom reported

“When I confronted Lewandowski and asked if he threw his drink at me, I believe he called me stupid.”

“I followed up and asked, ‘Did you call me stupid?’” she said.

“He responded with, ‘Why, you don’t like that?’” Odom detailed.

Earlier this week, Lewandowski was accused of having an extramarital affair with South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem — she dismissed the claim as “total garbage” and a “disgusting lie” that was rooted in sexism.

The Trump advisor’s attorney, David Chesnoff, told NBC News in regards to sexual misconduct that the “accusations and rumors appear to be morphing by the minute and we will not dignify them with a further response.”

It remains unclear whether or not law enforcement will investigate Odom’s allegations of misconduct and confessions of murder by Lewandowski.

Kay Apfel

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