Trump adviser Corey Lewandowski out at pro-Trump PAC after allegations of 'unwanted sexual advances'

Trump 2016 campaign manager "will no longer be associated with Trump World," tweeted Trump's director of communications, Taylor Budowich.
Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump

Corey Lewandowski, longtime political adviser to former President Donald Trump, is out as chairman of the pro-Trump MAGA Action PAC, after a Trump political donor accused him of making unwanted sexual advances at a Las Vegas charity dinner on Sunday.

Trump’s director of communications, Taylor Budowich, tweeted that Lewandowski "will be going on to other endeavors" and that "he will no longer be associated with Trump World."  

Lewandowski's ouster follows just hours after Politico reported allegations by Trump donor Trashelle Odom that Lewandowski "repeatedly touched her, including on her leg and buttocks, and spoke to her in sexually graphic terms."

"Odom said that Lewandowski 'stalked' her throughout the evening," according to Politco.

Odom's allegations are corroborated by four first-hand witnesses present at the event, according to the news site.

According to Budowich, Lewandowski will be replaced by former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi.

Lewandowski as of Wednesday night had yet to address the allegations.