On Monday afternoon, Mexican-American actress Salma Hayek joined a press call hosted by the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign to discuss her support for the Democratic nominee, and her intense dislike of Donald Trump.
"He calls us criminals—but who is the one who has a…lawsuit for the [Trump] University?” the Desperado star asked, rhetorically. “He calls us rapists—but who has a lawsuit [against him] for raping a young girl?”
The Clinton-supporting Hollywood actress was referring to an accuser—who used the name Katie Johnson to file a lawsuit in Manhattan federal court—who alleges that the Republican nominee raped her in the summer of 1994, when she was 13 years old, while attending a sex party at the mansion of sex offender and billionaire Jeffrey Epstein.
“Criminals and rapists—those are the only things [Trump has] said about Mexico, and that we have to pay for his wall,” Hayek continued.
The Trump campaign did not immediately respond to a request for comment on her latest remarks. On Friday, Hayek claimed that Trump once tried to date her and that when she turned him down, he planted a negative and false story about her in the supermarket tabloid the National Enquirer.
“Not my type!” Hayek said on the Monday call.