- Women on Capitol Hill have a “creep list” of their male colleagues and superiors who are notorious for sexual misconduct, according to a CNN report.
- The women say they abide by a set of unwritten rules regarding their interactions with male bosses.
- Lawmakers, aides, and political operatives say there’s a pervasive culture of harassment and coercion of younger staffers on Capitol Hill by powerful men.
Female lawmakers, staffers, and interns have an informal word-of-mouth list — known as the “creep list”— of male lawmakers and staffers who are notorious for sexual misconduct, ranging from making inappropriate comments to pursuing sexual relationships with younger aides, CNN reported on Tuesday.
- 2 congresswomen accused sitting male lawmakers of sexual misconduct during a hearing on Capitol Hill
- Another woman has come forward to accuse Roy Moore of sexually assaulting her when she was a teenager
- GOP senators are disavowing candidate Roy Moore amid allegations of sexual misconduct with a minor