Both Humphreys and his family were among top donors to Greitens' 2016 election campaign. He agrees with calls in Missouri that his fellow Republican resign in "the best interest" of the state. The woman told the committee that Greitens took the photo after manipulating her into a compromising position during an unwanted sexual encounter and that he told her "everyone will know what a little whore you are" if she told anyone about him. Jamilah Nasheed of St. Louis first floated the idea of stopping future votes.
Jack Cardetti, a former Missouri Democratic Party spokesman, said talk of Greitens is "sucking up the political oxygen at the moment".
The report detailed the victim's testimony that Greitens slapped her and called her a whore during one particular encounter.
In a tweet Thursday afternoon, Greitens accused Gardner of hiding a video that directly contradicts the allegations in the House report. She also claimed the recording, which took place last month in a hotel with the woman, her lawyer Scott Simpson, Gardner and Tisaby, "would come on and go off".
According to the report, the woman testified that she met Greitens in 2013 as a customer of her hair salon.
Schaaf says that would save lawmakers the extra cost of a special legislative session to consider whether to impeach him.
Greitens has claimed that the affair was consensual and has denied taking the image the woman described.
Prosecutors were accused by the governor in his legal case of asserting that evidence - a residue of related notes and the lady hidden from defense attorneys until just following your house report was made people. The Circuit Attorney's office says the order will help ensure a fair trial and cut down on what it alleges is the defense using the media to try its case. When previously asked about the allegations, Rauner said they were "very serious" but noted an investigation was underway. He also said he's going to tighten the rules on what's filed publicly so that we don't see anything that might not make it into the courtroom.
Eric Greitens and his wife, Sheena, attend the GQ's Gentlemen's Ball at the Edison Ballroom in New York City on October 26, 2011.
Now, high-ranking members of both parties have joined Conway in calling for Greitens to leave after a startling House committee report. Some audio from the beginning of the video also was missing, she said.
Doyle says sexual violence should not be tolerated and the "era of impunity is over".
And that impact could hurt Republican candidate Josh Hawley, who has called for Greitens to step down, at the polls.
On Thursday morning, the Democratic Governors Association criticized Rauner for failing to speak out earlier against Greitens.
"His ability to lead is not going to be there", Sen.
Republican Senate President Pro Tem Ron Richard of Joplin was especially put-off by Greitens' description of the investigation into his activities. "In signing my name to the report, I did so with confidence that the committee diligently sought the truth, invested great consideration of the testimony we heard, and that the report was factual and credible". A legislative panel is considering whether to recommend impeachment.
And GOP Rep. Vicky Hartzler said in a Facebook post: "The report issued today concerning Governor Greitens and his behavior surpasses disturbing".
Attorneys for the Republican Governor on Thursday (4/12) asked a St. Louis judge to dismiss a criminal indictment against Greitens.
Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens calls it an "entirely consensual relationship".
"I mean, for crying out loud, he coerced the young woman, he slapped her", Walsh said. "Governor Greitens should resign immediately". He added: "This is exactly like what's happening with the witch hunts in Washington, D.C".