Lucy Flores: Former Nevada lieutenant governor nominee Flores alleged that Biden smelled her hair and gave her “a big slow kiss” on the back of her head at an event for her 2014 campaign.
Amy Lappos: In 2009, Lappos claimed that while she was a congressional aide, Biden touched and rubbed his nose against hers during a political fund-raising event.
D.J. Hill: In 2012, Hill alleges that Biden rested his hand on her shoulder, and then started to move it down her back, which made her feel “very uncomfortable.” Hill referred to Biden’s sexual misconduct as “tactile politics” in a New York Times expose.
Vail Kohnert-Yount: While a White house intern in the spring of 2013, Kohnert-Yount says that Biden allegedly “put his hand on the back of [her] head and pressed his forehead to [her] forehead,” when he was introducing himself, and called her a “pretty girl.”
Caitlyn Caruso: In 2016, Caruso claimed that Biden sexually assaulted her at a University of Nevada event, where he hugged her “just a little bit too long” and put his hand on her thigh.
Ally Coll: At a 2008 reception, Coll alleges that Biden squeezed her shoulders, complimented her smile, and held her “for a beat too long.”
Sofie Karasek: In 2016, Karasek was photographed holding hands and touching foreheads with Biden at the Oscars. The moment went viral, but soon after, Karasek said that she believed Biden violated her personal space.