Kristin Cavallari on Trump’s ‘Locker Room Talk’: ‘Guys Are Kind of Sleazy’

Kristin Cavallari
Kristin Cavallari Noel Vasquez/Getty Images

Did you hear that, kids? Kristin Cavallari commented on Donald Trump’s offensive “locker room” banter about women and said that she would never let sons Camden, 4, and Jaxon, 2, get away with talking like that — but she thinks those kinds of remarks are probably common among men.

“I actually do think that guys talk like that," the shoe designer, 29 — who is also mom of daughter Saylor, 11 months, with husband and Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler — said during a Thursday, October 13, interview with SiriusXM’s Taylor Strecker. "They do. However, obviously as a woman, as a mother, I don't want to hear that. However, guys are kind of sleazy and they do talk about that stuff, some of my girlfriends talk like that."

As previously reported, a 2005 Access Hollywood video leaked to The Washington Post on Friday, October 7. In the incriminating clip, the Republican presidential nominee, 70, brags to former AH anchor Billy Bush about kissing and groping women and even says that he can grab women “by the p–sy” without permission because he’s a “star.” 

On Thursday, the Balancing in Heels author suggested that men of Trump’s stature often think they can treat women poorly without any repercussions.

In this 2005 frame from video, Donald Trump (center) prepares for an appearance on 'Days of Our Lives' with actress Arianne Zucker. He is accompanied to the set by 'Access Hollywood' host Billy Bush. The Washington Post via Getty Images

“Obviously, guys with power and money, they kind of can get any girl, unfortunately," she noted. "I mean, girls do throw themselves at these guys, and so they kind of can do whatever they want, which isn't necessarily OK. But I do think that that kind of talk probably happens more than we think, or than we want to think."

The Hills alum revealed how she would react if her boys ever made similar misogynistic remarks: “[I’d] probably slap them across the face!”

Since the controversial Access Hollywood footage made its way online, several women — including former Miss Utah Temple Taggart and People magazine writer Natasha Stoynoff — have accused the POTUS hopeful of sexual misconduct. During an October 13 speech in West Palm Beach, Florida, Trump denied the allegations.

“These vicious claims about me of inappropriate conduct with women are totally and absolutely false,” he told the crowd. “These claims are fabricated. They’re pure fiction, and they’re outright lies. These events never, ever happened.” He also called the women making the accusations “horrible, horrible liars."

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