INDIANAPOLIS--A press conference has been scheduled for this morning by Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.
It will be Hill’s first public appearance since his he was accused of sexually harassing multiple women.
He will speak to the media at 10 am this morning from his Statehouse office.
Hill is accused of inappropriately touching four women at a bar in March. Several of Indiana’s top Republican leaders, including Governor Eric Holcomb have called for Hill to resign.
Hill has denied the allegations and said he won’t resign.
The contents of a classified memo were released last week about allegations that Hill inappropriately touched multiple women at a party March 15 party were made public.
The memo, prepared by the law firm Taft Stettinius & Hollister on behalf of state legislators, says that a lawmaker and three legislative staffers all said Hill inappropriately touched them at the party shortly after Indiana’s legislative session came to a close.
Hill is an independently elected official who would have to be impeached to be forcibly removed from office.
(PHOTO: C.J. Miller/WIBC)