Report: Two more women accuse Sen. Franken of groping them

The Huffington Post is reporting that two more women are accusing Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., of groping them in separate incidents, with both coming during Franken's first run for the Senate.

Wednesday's story comes on the heels of another pair of reports, including the initial accusation last week that Franken also groped model and radio host Leann Tweeden--which came complete with a photo of the incident that took place as Tweeden was asleep on an airplane.

The two new accusers, who told the website they were not aware of each other's experiences and spoke on the condition of anonymity, gave similar accounts outlining Franken grabbing both of their buttocks during political events. 

One of the women told the Huffington Post that to escape the situation, she excused herself to go to the bathroom--but not before Franken suggested he join her. 

"It’s difficult to respond to anonymous accusers, and I don’t remember those campaign events," Franken said in a statement also shared with the Huffington Post. "But I can categorically say that I did not proposition anyone to join me in any bathroom."

Another woman named Lindsay Menz claimed Monday that Franken also touched her rear end while taking a photo at the State Fair while he was a Senator in 2010, telling her father and other in the minutes following.

"I felt violated and embarrassed," Menz replied to a tweet from Tweeden. "I 100 percent believe your account of him and his actions."