The woman who found a bruised and shocked Juanita broaddrick after former President Bill Clinton allegedly raped her in 1978 filled in crucial details from her memories of the incident Wednesday in a radio interview.
Norma Rogers spoke to 'Aaron Klein Investigative Radio,' saying the married Broaddrick was weeping and disheveled and immediately told her the then-attorney general of Arkansas had forced himself on her just minutes earlier.
'She was crying,' Rogers recalled. 'And the thing I think I remember most is that her mouth was all swollen up. It was cut. ... Her pantyhose were all ripped.'
Rogers, then a nurse, worked at the time at a nursing home Broaddrick ran. The two were in Little Rock at a health care convention.
She drove her crying boss home immediately, listening to Broaddrick berate herself for being alone with the handsome and charming Clinton, whose bid for the governor's office she was supporting as a volunteer.