A married Donald Trump supposedly invited a Hungarian beauty queen to his hotel room after attending the 2013 Miss Universe pageant in Moscow, according to a newly unearthed interview that has surfaced amid the publication of an unverified dossier alleging that the President-elect engaged in “perverted” sexual acts during the very same trip.
Former Miss Hungary Kata Sarka, 30, told a reality show host last May that she was attending a pageant after-party when a man surrounded by bodyguards approached her.
“We were in Russia, at the final for the Miss Universe and then a man approached me and grabbed my hand, drew me to himself, and asked ‘Who are you?'” Sarka told Kasza Tibor, the host of a Hungarian show that resembles the popular “Carpool Karaoke” segment on CBS. “He asked in English and I was so embarrassed, I will tell you shortly who he is, I was so embarrassed that I couldn’t say anything else but ‘Hungary!'”
“Hungary,” Tibor laughed in response. “You’re so lame!”
“And then he said ‘and why are you here?'” Sarka continued, giggling. “And he gave me his business card with his private number and told me in which hotel and which room he is staying in. And his name is Donald Trump.”
Trump, who had been married to his third wife, Melania, for eight years at the time, is under scrutiny over an unverified 35-page document that claims the Russian operatives gathered damaging information on the President-elect during the 2013 Moscow visit.
The information, which cannot be corroborated by the Daily News, allegedly includes video recordings of “perverted sex acts” at a ritzy hotel room that would have been used to blackmail Trump into cooperating with the Kremlin.
The President-elect and his team have vehemently denied the allegations outlined in the dossier and did not immediately return a request for comment on Sarka’s interview.
After Trump’s election, Sarka told the Hungarian tabloid Blikk that she saved the President-elect’s golden-hued business card, and allowed a photographer for the paper to take a picture of it.
Sarka told Blikk that she never took Trump up on his offer to join him in his hotel room.
When asked why, she responded, “He’s not my type.”