LEAD1’s Tom McMillen, Listed in Pedophile Jeff Epstein’s Black Book, Has Some ‘Me-Too’ Issues

Back in 1997, according to the Washington Post, LEAD1 Executive Director Tom McMillen was arrested at 2:45 a.m., on a weekend night in D.C., after his female friend told police that he had pushed her down some stairs as a part of an argument. According to a the Post, “a D.C. police spokesman, Sgt. Joe Gentile, said the woman, whom the arrest report identifies as Judy Niemyer, of Capitol Hill, said that McMillen assaulted her during an argument.” According to the Post, a law enforcement source said the woman said she was pushed down stairs. When law enforcement arrived, according to the Post, they “found a 37-year-old woman “bleeding and bruised.” McMillen apparently was held for “about 12 hours,” and was then released.


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lawyer, with interest in college sports and NCAA oversight and decisions, and sports generally.
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