thehill.com Report: Woman says she witnessed Trump looking up models’ skirts Jessie Hellmann Another woman has come forward to accuse Donald TrumpDonald TrumpGOP senator touts 'disagreements' with Trump in ad Trump could hurt GOP's chances for decades Pence dodges girl's question about body image, Trump's words MORE of making inappropriate sexual advances in the 1990s, adding to the growing list of women accusing the GOP nominee of uninvited attention. Lisa Boyne, a health food business entrepreneur, told The Huffington Post Thursday that while at a dinner with Trump and others, the businessman looked under models’ skirts, commenting on whether they were wearing underwear. “It was the most offensive scene I’ve ever been a part of,” Boyne told The Huffington Post. She said the incident occurred in 1996, when she was a 25-year-old think-tank employee in Manhattan. She and a friend went to dinner with Trump and modeling agent John Casablancas, who brought along several models. “He was constantly talking about himself, who he was dating, who he was sleeping with, who he was trying to sleep with,” Boyne said of Trump. According to Boyne, the women were sandwiched in the middle of the men at a semi-circular table. If one of them wanted to step away from the table, Boyne said Trump would insist they walk across it, rather than ask the men to get up. When the women did this, Trump “stuck his head right underneath their skirts,” Boyne said. She told the Huffington Post that he commented on whether they were wearing underwear and what their genitalia looked like. Trump did not treat her that way, Boyne said, because she wasn’t a model. “He wasn’t interested in me. He was more interested in my opinion of who I think he should sleep with. I remember that vividly.” Her friend who attended the dinner, Sonja Morgan who is now on Bravo’s “Real Housewives of New York,” denied the account of lewd behavior, though she confirmed the dinner took place. “I don’t remember any of that kind of behavior,” Morgan said. “But I have been known to dance on tables.” Boyne’s roommate at the time denied her account, and said that when she met Trump as a model, “He was nothing but gracious and charming.” In the past 24 hours, four women have accused Trump of forcibly kissing them or aggressively touching them against their will in reports and first-person accounts recorded in The New York Times, People magazine and The Palm Beach Post. Trump denied those allegations Thursday and said his lawyers are preparing a defamation suit against the New York Times. “These lies come from outlets whose past stories and claims have already been discredited,” he added. “The media outlets did not attempt to confirm the most basic facts because even a simple investigation would have shown these were nothing more than false smears.” Boyne told the Huffington Post that she decided to speak publicly after 2005 audio was released Friday of Trump on a hot mic bragging about kissing and grabbing women, and talking about how he can get away with it because he’s a celebrity.