FBI investigating claim woman offered money to fake assault allegations against Mueller

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The FBI is looking into claims that women have been asked to make false accusations of sexual harassment against Special Counsel Robert Mueller in exchange for money – but all may not be as it seems. The alleged scheme aimed at Mueller, who has been investigating unproven ties between Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia, came to the attention of his office after several journalists and news outlets, including RT, were contacted by a woman claiming that she had been approached by a man offering money if she would fabricate claims against him. Peter Carr, a spokesperson for Mueller, said the reports had been “immediately referred” to the FBI, who are now investigating. The unidentified woman told journalists that a man with a British accent, who supposedly worked for Republican commentator Jack Burkman, offered her $20,000 and to have her credit card debt paid off if she would come forward with the allegations. The woman claimed she worked briefly with Mueller when she…

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