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Rep. John Conyers accuser reveals her identity, alleges sexual misconduct by him

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In a TODAY exclusive, Marion Brown, who says she was fired for refusing to go along with Rep. John Conyers’ repeated sexual advances, is joined by her attorney Lisa Bloom for her first television interview. She describes repeated instances of Conyers “propositioning me for sex” and says she stayed in the job both because she found it fulfilling and because she needed the income. She says she wants to be a voice for other women in similar circumstances.