Time may be running out for embattled Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens.
Greitens has been fighting to keep his job since being indicted in February for allegedly sexually assaulting a woman and threatening her to keep her silent.
Now, a new report by a bipartisan special state House committee finds her allegations to be credible.
“The 25-page report was released by a special committee of the Missouri House of Representatives, which convened to investigate Greitens after he was indicted in February on a charge of invasion of privacy for allegedly taking a nonconsensual nude photo of the woman. The woman’s ex-husband has also alleged that Greitens, a Republican in his first term, threatened to blackmail her with the photo,” POLITICO reports.
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