A Connecticut woman said Monday at Joe Biden Joseph (Joe) Robinette BidenVife of Obama Defense Secretary calls picture of her with Biden misleading Flores: Interaction with Biden & # 39; a violation of my bodily autonomy & # 39 ; Biden, Sanders top 2020 democratic field in Nevada study MORE touched her inappropriately and rubbing noses with her in a political fundraiser in Greenwich in 2009, the second such claim against the former Vice President last week.
"It wasn't sexual, but he grabbed me by the head," Amy Lappos told The Hartford Courant on Monday.
"He put his hand around my neck and pulled me in to rub noses with me. When he penetrated me thought he should kiss me on the mouth."
Lappos, a congressional help for Rep. Jim Himes (D-Conn.) at that time, first posted on the alleged incident under a pseudonym in a Facebook group called Connecticut Women in Politics on Sunday
She said she never filed a complaint about the interaction, but believes that Biden crossed a line.
"I have never filed a complaint to be honest because he was Vice President. I was no one, "Lappos said to Courant." There is definitely a line of decency. There is a line of respect. Crossing the line is not grandfather. It's not cultural. It is not devotion. It's sexism or misogyny. "
A Biden spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment on the alleged incident. Coming up with his story after former Nevada constituency Lucy Flores (D) alleged Friday that Biden mistakenly touched and kissed her.
Flores wrote it on campaign gathering supporting her bid for Lieutenant Governor in 2014 biting Biden's hands on shoulders, sniffing her hair and kissing her on the head.
"The US Vice President had just touched me in an intimate manner reserved for close friends, family or romantic partners – and I felt powerless to do anything about it," wrote she in an op ed published on Friday
Biden responded to this statement on Sunday and said: "In my many years on the campaign track and In public life I have offered countless handshakes, cuddles, love thoughts, support and comfort. And not even – never – I thought I acted inappropriately. "
" "If it is hinted, I did, I want to listen with respect. But that was never my intention, "he added.
On Monday, a Biden spokesman strongly backed in a message to journalists against" the lie-hut industry, "he said the former vice-president supposed to cross a line between devoted and inappropriate in several events, and warning of this connection is important.