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Virginia's political elite was shaken by accusations of abuse and racism

the Woman, who is a professor and expert in african american history at Scripps College in California, published a statement on Wednesday by the law firm that represents her.

In the statement, she describes detailed the abuse she mean to Justin Fairfax exposed her for, an event that must have occurred in 2004, when the two were together in a hotel room.

”It began as a mutual kiss turned quickly into a sexual assault,” writes the woman in the statement and describes how the Justin Fairfax will be forced to oral sex, according to the New York Times.

Read more: Criticized the governor is losing ever more support

sources to NBC News to Fairfax discussed the allegations during a private meeting with his colleagues on Monday, and then expressed himself very condescending of the woman.

During Wednesday, said the vice-governor in a statement that the report of the abuse he is accused of was ”painful” to read.

" I take the situation very seriously and maintains that she should be treated with respect. But I can't endorse a statement of a situation which is simply not true, " said Justin Fairfax, according to the New York Times.

the Woman, who also for several years worked for women who are victims of abuse, says she hasn't told anyone about the incident in several years because she felt ”deep humiliation and shame”. She describes herself as a ”proud democrat” and press that she did not have any political motive to come forward.

capriciously around Fairfax is both Virginia's governor Ralph Northam and Mark Herring, who stands third, to take over the governor sharply criticized, both for assumed racist utklädnader.

Several democrats, including Hillary Clinton and Kamala Harris has demanded Ralph Northams departure after a picture from his schooling had spread, where a person dressed up as a member of the Ku Klux Klan and another to paint his face in a so-called ”black face”, a racist caricature of a black person.

Northam admitted initially that he was one of the two people in the picture and walked out with a videoinspelad excuse. Soon thereafter, he drew back his confession and said that they neither recognize the picture or be part of it.

the State attorney general Mark Herring, also he scored a kritikstorm against him after he admitted that he paint his face in a so-called ”black face”, during their university career.

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