Breitbart News, CA – House Speaker Paul Ryan and a member, an elected official from the Kuikorks House of Cbt, are accused of sexually assaulting two women in the early morning hours of October 5.
According to a report from Breitbart News’ Brandon Darby, the allegations were first reported by the Sacramento Bee.
The two women were members of the local chapter of the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) and were in their late teens and early 20s when they were allegedly assaulted in the parking lot of a nearby bar.
Ryan and the other man, identified as Eric Schreiber, were later arrested at a hotel room and charged with sexual assault, a misdemeanor.
They were released on their own recognizance on October 8.
The story of how the two women, who were reportedly “befriended” by Ryan and Schreibs, were allegedly sexually assaulted is just one of several disturbing incidents that have come to light in recent weeks.
According a new report from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department, Ryan has a long history of harassing and assaulting women.
In January 2016, Ryan accused a woman of assaulting him after a dispute at a party, according to a statement from the California Attorney General’s Office.
In April 2016, an unidentified man reportedly assaulted an unidentified woman after an argument in a parking lot at a public park.
In July 2016, a woman accused Ryan of groping her, grabbing her breasts, and kissing her on the lips after an altercation at a club in Fresno, according a statement by the Sheriff’s Office in Fresno.
In September 2016, the Sacramento Kings and their owner, Vivek Ranadive, were forced to issue a statement about Ryan after the team’s general manager, Pete D’Alessandro, was accused of inappropriate behavior toward an employee.
Ryan’s wife, Karen Ryan, has also been accused of unwanted sexual advances by Ryan, according an ABC News report from 2016.
In December 2015, Ryan’s wife filed a lawsuit against the team, alleging sexual assault and harassment, among other accusations.
Ryan is also a member and former board member of a company that operates a “district-run” social media company, which has been accused by women of violating local anti-discrimination laws.
In an August 2017 press conference, Ryan admitted to inappropriate behavior, but did not directly address the accusations against him.
In a statement released by his office on Thursday, Ryan said that the allegations against him were untrue and “totally fabricated.”
In his statement, Ryan did not specifically address the claims against him, but instead said that he was sorry.
“The accusations against me are completely false and totally fabricated.
I deeply regret them, and have apologized to anyone I have offended,” Ryan said.
“I want to assure the citizens of California that I will not tolerate any form of discrimination against anyone.”