New Trump accuser Karena Virginia claims Donald grabbed her breast, asking, "Don't you know who I am?"

The morning after America's third and final presidential debate, a new woman has come forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault. By my count, Karena Virginia is at least the 10th women to accuse the GOP presidential nominee of sexual assault. There are probably more.

At a press conference in New York today, Ms. Virginia, who is 45, recounted her experience with her attorney, Gloria Allred.

She broke into tears while telling reporters that Trump aggressively and sexually touched her at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in 1998, after speaking of her like an "object" in front of the men seated around him.

"He said, 'hey, look at this one. We haven't seen this one before. Look at those legs' as if I was an object rather than a person," she said, adding that then, "his hand touched the right side of my breast."

"I was in shock," she said, then recalled Trump's alleged words: " 'Don't you know who I am? Don't you know who I am?' That's what he said to me."

Trump at 10/19 debate

Trump at 10/19 debate

The yoga instructor wrote about Trump in a post on Facebook dated October 8:

I do not talk politics because I know the light always wins. I also love some beautiful souls who do not have the same political views as me who read my words. I do not choose judgement. I respect the soul so much more than the mind that makes decisions based on the past and the future.

However… this morning I feel compelled to share from my heart because one morning while meditating I heard a voice whisper: "When you are compelled to share, speak… when you want to prove a point, choose silence." Today I feel compelled:

I have spent time with Donald Trump. I have also spent moments with his wife. I have also been hit on by Donald Trump in a way that I do not want to write about on social media. I have seen the sadness in his wife's eyes looking directly into mine on quiet evenings at a private golf course with her son's innocence gazing over.

I choose Love. I trust that light is coming into our world. Need I say more.

[via People]