Woman in Greitens' affair defends her account
ST. LOUIS (AP) —
A woman who had an affair with Gov. Eric Greitens is standing by her account that he coerced her into unwanted sexual activity.
The woman who has been identified in court filings by her initials K.S. spoke to St. Louis television station KSDK for a story that aired Monday night.
She said she wasn't lying while testifying that Greitens coerced her into a sexual act while she was crying and lying on the floor.
Greitens has acknowledged having a consensual affair but has denied any criminal wrongdoing.
A special prosecutor is deciding whether to refile an invasion-of-privacy charge that was dismissed last week. It accused Greitens of taking and transmitting a photo of the partially nude woman without her consent.