U.S. Representative Debbie Dingell, in an interview with CNN, said she has "too many" stories of sexual harassment in Washington D.C.
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During the interview, she said a prominent historical figure tried to put his hand up her skirt at an event in Washington D.C.
She said the incident happened during the first year of her marriage to former U.S. Rep. John Dingell.
"The hand kept going up my leg. I took it off," she said. "A woman member was at my table, recognized what was happening and said, 'Switch places.' You know, we watch out for each other.
When talking about a senator who made unwelcome advances, she said he was aggressive.
She did not name either of the men she talked about.
"I have too many (me too moments)," Dingell said. "A lot of women don't have the courage because even though they've got the 'me too' story, there are consequences. Let this be a watershed moment in changing the culture."