Governor Eric Greitens is denying allegations in the Missouri House special committee report.
The House released its report last (Wednesday) night where it featured testimony from the woman at the center of the scandal saying that Greitens took a nude photograph of her and threatened to release to the public if she told anyone.
The reports reads that Greitens bound and blindfolded her and ripped her shirt before taking the picture, and slapped the woman across the face hard.
The Governor held a press conference yesterday (Wednesday) thirty minutes before the report was released saying this is a political witch hunt.
The governors trial is scheduled to begin May 14th, and the house is extending it investigation until May 18th.