Four more women claim they've been groped by Daniel Korski after TV writer Daisy Goodwin claims he touched her breast | The Sun

FOUR more women have claimed that they have been groped by Daniel Korski – after TV writer Daisy Goodwin claimed he touched her breast.

Goodwin, 61, alleged that Korski groped her at 10 Downing Street when he was a special adviser to David Cameron.

She spoke out earlier this year after Korski entered the race to be the Tory candidate for London mayor.

Korski pulled out of the mayoral race – but strongly denied Goodwin's claims.

Now four more women have claimed they were also groped by the former Downing Street adviser.

The Financial Times reported last month that three women, including a senior government official, had made allegations of inappropriate touching and sexual misconduct against Korski.

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One of the women claimed that Korski "put his hand on my thigh, well above my knee – mid-thigh" – before later groping her neck and shoulders.

When she said she had met her husband abroad, Korski allegedly said: "Oh I bet the sex was really hot".

Another woman said that Korski "put his hand behind his back and ran his hand along my stomach area".

She added: "It was a 10-second thing. I certainly didn’t feel comfortable. It was an intentional brushing with his hand."

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Writing in the Mail today, Goodwin claimed that a fourth woman told her she had been groped by Korski.

Goodwin wrote: "One woman, who said that she had been groped by Korski in a public place, did not want to go on the record because she thought she would be labelled as a troublemaker."

She added that she had been "contacted by a number of women with almost identical stories about their encounters with him".

Korski emphatically denied all allegations when contacted by journalists.

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