Audio of Al Gore Sex Assault Accuser Released By Portland Police

Woman: "The thought and fear in my mind was that I was on the brink of being forcibly raped" Portland
PORTLAND, Ore. -- The Portland woman who accused former Vice President Al Gore of sexually assaulting can now tell her story in her own words.

Portland police have released the audio recording which involves explosive details accusing Gore of groping, kissing, and unwanted contact could be released as early as Friday, said Police Spokesperson Greg Stewart.

The alleged abuse took place at the Hotel Lucia in Gore's room in October 2006, according to police reports. The woman told police she was "repeatedly subjected to unwanted sexual touching," according to the police report