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Anchor Connie Chung reveals that sexual assault from decades ago in an open letter to Dr Christine Blasi Ford published in the Washington Post Chung says her trusted family doctor molested her fifty years ago, and she kept my dirty little secret to myself. She said much like Ford's exact eighteen year fuzzy, but she added details of the event or vivid forever seared in my memory writing. Am I sure who did it? One hundred percent Chung says she went to her family, doctor while in college for birth control pills. And what started as a routine gynecological examination soon became a sexual assault that left her