Former Ontario Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown in a Global News interview says he has proof the sexual misconduct accusations against him – that he plied two women with drinks before advancing on them – are false.

In an hour-long interview, Brown explained the allegations from two anonymous women are “absolute lies,” and lays out, what he says, is evidence that will vindicate him.

“It’s been horrific. It’s like getting hit by a car. You’re in shock,” Brown said in his first televised interview since CTV revealed the explosive allegations that forced him to resign as leader of the Ontario PC Party. “I can’t tell you how difficult the emotional toll has been on myself, on my family, on my friends, to be maligned on national television by absolute lies.”

Read more: Woman who accused Patrick Brown of sexual misconduct now says she wasn’t underage

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  1. He should go after CTV…I would love to see them taken down. Shame on them. I also believe the Liberals were behind it as well because it was too well timed having come out just prior to a provincial election. So much corruption. Drain the swamp.

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