Patrick Brown says he’s contemplating legal action in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations that have shattered his reputation and says they are “absolute lies.” Brown said “When we looked at the allegations in detail, we were able to show that they’re absolute lies and we can prove it.” The Former Ontario PC Leader gave his first and very emotional interview since stepping down from his position to Postmedia and said “When we looked at the allegations in detail, we were able to show that they’re absolute lies and we can prove it.” Brown compared his experience of being accused of sexual misconduct to “getting hit by a truck and you’re in a state of shock.” He says the incidents alleged by two women in a CTV News report “didn’t happen.” He said “It’s an execution before the trial. It’s frontier justice. That’s why I’m strongly considering a legal recourse.” On February 6, Brown said via Twitter that he was “immensely grateful” for the support he and his family received and the truth will come out. Read the full story on the link provided below.
Story Source and Image from Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/Postmedia Network
Post below from Patrick Brown/Twitter
I am immensely grateful for all the support expressed to my family and myself. #metoo can be a tool to lift society and I applaud that effort.
False allegations however undermine that good work.
The truth will come out.
Thank you to all.
— Patrick Brown (@brownbarrie) February 6, 2018