Story highlights “I acquired out of your car and ran,” Morse told the Post
Conyers announced his retirement earlier this week
Washington (CNN) A good former intern for recently retired Rep. John Conyers informed The Washington Post that when she rebuffed his sexual developments, the Michigan Democrat referred to a slain female intern.
“He said he had insider information on the circumstance,” Courtney Morse informed the Post. “I have no idea if he meant it to be threatening, but I had taken it that approach.”
Morse, who is now 36 years good old and said she was 20 during the incident, said Conyers drove her home, set his side on her hand while her side was on her lap and propositioned her sexually. She informed the Content she rejected his developments and that when she did, Conyers went on to mention the circumstance of Chandra Levy, a Bureau of Prisons intern whose loss of life was being investigated.
“I got out of your car and ran,” Morse said, in line with the Post.
Levy disappeared in 2001, and her skull was found in a Washington recreation area. Levy’s family alleged an enchanting interconnection between Levy and then-Rep. Gary Condit, a California Democrat. Condit was questioned but never charged regarding the the loss of life, and he denied any involvement in it.