CHAPPAQUA, N.Y. -- Allegations that Hillary Clinton regularly physically abused her husband, former President Bill Clinton, are rife in a book due out next week called "The Clintons' War on Women," according to the New York Post.
The book, by political strategist and Westchester native Roger Stone, details numerous accounts in which the presidential hopeful and Chappaqua resident is believed to have physically harmed the former president, drawing blood in some cases through beating, scratching and throwing hard objects at him, according to the report.
Stone, who grew up in Lewisboro, is a 1970 graduate of John Jay High School in Cross River.
The Post discusses several alleged incidents dating far into the Clintons' past as well as those claimed by some to have occurred in the years since the couple left the White House.
At least one account accuses Chelsea Clinton of adopting her parents' negative attitudes. The Post report details a report by a former Bloomberg News journalist and author in which the younger Clinton, then the first daughter, referred to her Secret Service security detail as "the pigs."
Read the full report in the New York Post .
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