Juanita Broaddrick claims that in 1978 Bill Clinton raped her, and his wife, Democratic Presidential frontrunner Hillary, helped with the cover-up.

Now, Broaddrick, who has mostly kept a low-profile and steered clear of the media, is slamming the “evil” Hillary Clinton—a woman who claims to be a champion of women’s rights and feels that all victims of sexual assault should be “heard” and “believed”—for her involvement in the cover-up via veiled threats and lies.

In an interview with Aaron Klein, Broaddrick said that Mrs. Clinton “lies,” “covers-up” and is “not trustworthy.”

“I hope that someday that these two people, that I feel like are so evil, are brought to justice,” she added referencing both Hillary and her husband.

Broaddrick then recounted how Mr. Clinton raped her, leaving her with a bloody lip that she says was “four times” the size it was normally, and explained that two weeks later Hillary sought her out.

"I just want you to know how much that Bill and I appreciate the things you do for him," Hillary told Broaddrick.

Hillary then took hold of her hand and veiled her threat in form of a question: “Do you understand everything you do?"

"I left…I immediately left," explained Broaddrick. “She knows…She knew, she’s covering it up and she expects me to do the same thing."

"I think she has always known everything about him. I think they have this evil compact between the two of them that they each know what the other does and overlook it. And go right on. And cover one for the other," she added.

Broaddrick explained to Klein that she felt that Hillary involved herself in the cover "for her own political gain."

Klein wrapped-up the interview by asking Broaddrick if she thought Hillary was "a woman who stands up for other women,” to which Bill’s victim quickly responded with an obvious: “Oh, no she’s not.”

“Shame on you Hillary,” she added. “It’s time to be truthful.”

Here’s the full interview between Klein and Broaddrick via Breitbart News:

Click here for Broaddrick’s full account via NBC News in 1999.