Two more Biden accusers surface with claims of uncomfortable encounters with former VP

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UPDATED 9:05 PM PT — Tuesday, April 2, 2019

The list of names coming forward with allegations against former Vice President Joe Biden continues to grow.

In an article published by the The New York Times on Tuesday, new detailed stories emerge from other women who felt uncomfortable around Biden.

22-year-old Caitlyn Caruso recalled attending an event about sexual harassment, hosted at the University of Las Vegas, where she shared her own experience of assault while speaking with the former vice president.

Caitlyn Caruso said that Mr. Biden placed his hand on her thigh and hugged her “just a little bit too long” at a campus event on sexual assault several years ago. (Credit: Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Shortly thereafter, she claims Biden rested his hand on her thigh and hugged her for too long, despite Caruso squirming in her seat to show discomfort.

59-year-old D. J. Hill, a writer, described meeting Biden at a Minneapolis fundraiser in 2012.

According to Hill, when she and her husband went to take a photo, Biden slid his hand from her shoulder and down her back.

Biden denies ever intentionally making people feel uncomfortable, which comes amid mounting speculation around his possible announcing of a 2020 presidential bid.

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