Man arrested for groping woman on plane invokes Trump defense

Man accused of groping woman on flight from Houston to Albuquerque

Man accused of groping woman on flight from Houston to Albuquerque

Moments after asking Federal Bureau of Investigation agents about the charges and what his sentencing could be, he remarked that "the president of the United States says it's okay to grab women by their private parts".

Prosecutors say that this happened on a Southwest Airlines flight from Houston, Texas to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

She said she "felt her clothes move and a touching of fingers on her right side at and around her 'bra line.'" The complaint said she saw a hand from the seat behind her and assumed she was touched by accident.

She thought it was an accident but then she felt it happen again and she knew it was on goal.

The woman then stood up and told Alexander she did not understand how he could think that was OK and he needed to stop.

The unidentified woman called on a flight attendant to give her another seat.

The second incident prompted the woman to confront the passenger seated in the window seat directly behind her, whom authorities identified as Alexander.

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An affidavit filed by FBI Special Agent Michael Hopkins described how Mr. Alexander allegedly groped an unnamed woman twice during the flight.

A Florida man accused of groping a woman on a flight Sunday from Houston to Albuquerque defended his alleged behavior by saying 'the president of the United States says it's OK to grab women by their private parts'.

A man committed sexual assault against a woman and used Donald Trump's infamous "grab them by the p***y" comments as his shield. He said he was sitting behind a woman and was asleep for most of the flight.

If convicted, Alexander could face up to two years in prison and a $250,000 fine, according to the U.S. Attorney's Office. The victim said Alexander was a "total stranger".

Alexander was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday.

Southwest employees contacted law enforcement, and they were ready and waiting for the man when the flight landed in Albuquerque. "(The woman) then asked a Southwest Airlines crew member to be reseated to another section of the aircraft".

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