Miss Washington USA Cassandra Searles appears at the 2013 Miss USA preliminary competition at PH Live at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on June 12, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
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The allegations of sexual misconduct against the Republican presidential candidate are stacking up.

Rachaell Davis
Oct, 14, 2016

Yet another woman who says she was subjected to unwanted sexual advances from Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has come forward.

Former Miss Washington Cassandra Searles described the GOP candidate as a "misogynist" who treated the women "like cattle," while speaking on her experiences during the Miss USA pageant in a Facebook post earlier this year. According to Rolling Stone, Searles later added to her original post, detailing a time Trump "continually grabbed my ass and invited me to his hotel room."

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Searles is one of several women who've come forward with allegations of sexist and misogynistic treatment from Trump in recent years. She is the second contestant involved with the Miss USA competition to speak out, following last week's release of the 2005 tape that heard him bragging about grabbing women by the genitalia. 

Donald Trump was the owner of the Miss USA pageant from 1996-2015.