Alleged sexual assault victim’s WSJ tell-all rocks Murphy Administration

TRENTON, N.J. — The woman who accused a former Murphy Administration official of sexual assault has gone on record with The Wall Street Journal in an article published Sunday.

Albert Alvarez has resigned, and no charges were filed, but Democrat Governor Phil Murphy’s handling of the matter (and both he and his party’s hypocrisy) are now under a harsh spotlight both in Trenton and in the aforementioned WSJ piece in which Katie Brennan, the alleged victim, tells her side of the story.

Click here to read the full WSJ exclusive.

This latest development comes as the Governor is readying for a Monday departure for Europe, a “trade” trip which is supposed to keep him out of the country until October 24th.

“Now is not the time for the governor to leave the state,” said Asw. Serena DiMaso (R-Monmouth) in a Friday statement.  “There are serious allegations of misconduct, and it is Governor Murphy’s responsibility to answer the public’s questions.  With the governor’s insistence that equal rights and treatment of women are at the top of his platform, it is completely baffling why he would continue to avoid answering questions.”