Did Corey Lewandowski kill a man? Donald Trump donor says he confessed to murder

Trashelle Odom said that Corey Lewandowski said 'stabbed a man in the back of the head and killed him'


                            Did Corey Lewandowski kill a man? Donald Trump donor says he confessed to murder
Following the allegations, the Trump team stated that they were cutting ties with Lewandowski (Corey R Lewandowski/Twitter)

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA: A married Trump donor told police that she was concerned about her safety after former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski 'told her he stabbed a man in the back of the head and killed him'. This happened at a Las Vegas fundraiser where Lewandowski 'stalked' her and repeatedly touched her. Trashelle Odom said that sitting beside her at the charity dinner at the Westgate Hotel in Las Vegas on September 26, the married Lewandowski said that he 'was from a bad part of Boston and to have killed people'. Odom, of Boise, Idaho, is the wife of a construction company executive.

On dinner night, the man allegedly told Odom. "When I was 10, I stabbed someone over and over again, killing him." He also said that when he was older, he 'stabbed a man in the back of the head, also killing him'. Odom was personally invited to the dinner with South Dakota Gov Kristi Noem by American socialite Jackie Siegel. Saying that the father-of-four frightened her, Odom stated, "II initially believed that he was joking and attempted to laugh it off."

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What did Trashelle Odom tell police?

The statements, however, came after Lewandowski had allegedly made unwanted sexual advances towards Odom. According to the police statement, Odom said, "Lewandowski proceeded to come on to me aggressively by first stating that, he works out twice a day, that he runs 400miles a week, and that's why he can last for eight hours at a time in bed."



 

"He went so far as requesting the suite number I was staying in and indicated he was staying in the 'Elvis Suite' which I now know as untrue," Odom told police. "Eventually, he showed me his room key, room 2991, which was next door to my suite, 2989, where I was staying with my sister and children." 

'Around that time' Lewandowski told Odom that 'he does not do anything with his wife - he gets sex elsewhere' and then 'commented that Gov Noem is hot,' according to the police statement. Odom told Idaho cops: 'Those statements, coupled with his demeanor and aggressive behaviors, I was intimidated...and fearful for my safety and that of my family members.' Lewandowski allegedly said that his 'd*** is four times bigger than a normal d***'. He reportedly touched Odom several times.

"Lewandowski tried to hold my hand. I rebuffed him. Lewandowski used his pinky to play with my hand. I rebuffed him. Lewandowski grabbed the napkin off of my lap and touched my bare leg. I rebuffed him and pulled my dress over my bare skin to prevent him from touching me again," Odom told police. "Lewandowski told me that he was 'sore from a workout' and proceeded to demonstrate where he was sore from a workout, on the side of his butt, and he (without my permission or desire) touched me there. Ultimately, I believe I rebuffed him approximately 10 times." When she tried to get away and return to her room, Lewandowski allegedly followed her and said, "Nice a**" to me."

Following the allegations, the Trump team stated that they were cutting ties with Lewandowski. In a statement, Odom's husband John Odom said, "Our family wants to thank President Trump for taking swift and decisive action after learning of the events that took place that evening, and for his service to our nation as President, as well as for his future service."

Years back, Lewandowski had been removed from the former president's orbit. He was fired as his campaign manager in 2016 and appeared to return in 2017 when Trump offered him a job with his administration. However, he rejected the job saying it was 'beneath him'. He was appointed by Trump to a Pentagon advisory board three years later, which was blocked by President Joe Biden in early February. Lewandowski's lawyer reportedly rubbished the allegations as 'rumors'.