He'll be at the third and final debate as a special guest of Hillary Clinton's, and now Mark Cuban is speaking out and adding more to the story about Donald Trump allegedly sexually assaulting women over the past few decades.
Cuban revealed during an interview with CNN's Don Lemon that he personally knows of at least two other women who have been assaulted by Trump who won't come forward, adding them to the list of at least 10 who have since come forward with allegations of assault, misconduct, harrasment or inapporpriate behavior since the hot mic tape of him talking about assaulting women to Billy Bush was leaked.
Lemon asked Cuban, who is a vocal Clinton supporter, if he had ever heard of anything like women coming forward and talking about experiences where Trump was inappropriate, and Cuban admitted he knew of two different occurrences.
"Yes, and I know one," Cuban said, "And it just didn't happen recently. My friend reminded me, and it was from 2000. And she, you know, I don't expect her to come forward. I wouldn't recommend she come forward. I know somebody else from two years ago that won't come forward. So, you know, it's not anything that caught me by surprise."
"I can tell you, my friend that was dating this one woman, just reminded me of the story they told me right after it happened," he added. "They put it all down in detail and obviously I remembered it. And than I had another person who contacted me fter the race started and told me a story. I don't want to go into it, it's all second-and0third-hand, other than to say it's factually true. I don't have any doubts that what we're hearing is true."
Cuban's comments mean that at least 12 women have been assaulted, or claimed to have been assaulted, by Trump since as far back as the 1980s. Trump has said that the allegations against him are all false.