WATCH: Donald Trump sexually humiliates Jennifer Hawkins and forcibly kisses her.

Former Miss Universe Jennifer Hawkins has today described Donald Trump as “respectful” despite sickening new video emerging of the presidential candidate humiliating her in front of an audience of thousands when he was in Australia several years ago.

The footage captures Trump making crude sex jokes at Hawkins’ expense on stage before leaning in for a kiss.

The video shared by The Huffington Post is said to have been taken during a corporate event in Sydney in 2011.

It begins with Trump expressing his belief in the power of exacting revenge on those who slight you.

“I believe, get even with people, if they screw you, screw them back, 10 times harder,” he said.

“And I’ll give you an example, Jennifer Hawkins.”

The Republican candidate goes on to explain how upset he was with her because he believed she had declined to introduce him at the event.

“I thought she dissed me,” he said.

He then repeatedly calls for Hawkins to join him on stage and she dutifully complies.

“There was a miscommunication, of course I wanted to come here,” she said.

“I found out this morning. It was a miscommunication with my management, so I’m sorry.”

(Source: Huffington Post.)

The public apology didn't seem to be enough so Trump retakes the microphone and begins to talk openly about the model's intellect.


"I was actually going to get up and tell you that Jennifer is a beautiful girl on the outside, but she's not very bright," he said.

"But that wouldn't have been true, but I would have said it anyway."

It's chilling - the proof that Trump will willingly, eagerly slander and lie about women if they dare to displease him. No wonder Hawkins has refused to speak on the record about Trump since the campaign began.

Trump and Hawkins in 2004. (Source: Getty Images.)

Trump goes on to explain how he was a driving force behind Hawkins' success.

"I helped her make it ― I own the Miss Universe pageant. And I heard that she wouldn’t introduce me," he said.

“But I did!” Hawkins protests.

“No, but you didn’t," Trump replies.

He then makes a a humiliating sexual jibe at the expense of Hawkins as she remains on stage.

"She came tonight, she came, came, she came, she came," he says as the audience laughs as Hawkins looks mortified.

"See, so they have the same filthy minds in Australia."

A close-up of the kiss on the right. (Source: Huffington Post.)

Trump moves to grab Hawkins and pull her in for what appears to be a kiss but she draws her arm up to try and block him and his lips fall on her cheek.

The 32-year-old asks if she can return to her seat to which Trump replies dismissively: "Yes, go."

Hawkins is yet to publicly comment on the surfaced video despite the call for her to do so ringing out on social media.

"Jennifer Hawkins have a comment on Trump? Sickening video proves no compunction lying about women who displease him," wrote journalist Margo Kingston on Twitter.

Mamamia has reached out to Hawkins for comment.

However at Flemington Racecourse's Derby Day on Saturday, Hawkins has been forced to respond to the controversy when Fairfax and News Corp reporters approached her for comment.

"It’s not that I've been avoiding the subject. It's just that I've been busy selling my house and focusing on my work," she told Fairfax.

"Sure, I've seen what's been going on in the news, but really what is there for me to say other than that he respected me during that time in my life and I have a lot of respect for him because of that."

"That's really all I have to say about it."

Hawkins later told News Corp reporters the Presidential Candidate and his family have always been respectful towards her.

“Just on that whole subject, Donald and his family I have to say, have always been respectful to me,” she said.

She then implied there exists a pressure for her to comment negatively on the Trump campaign.

“So as much as everyone wants me to bag him, it’s not in my nature. I don’t like drama, I don’t like to get into politics publicly, so that’s why I’ve kind of, not avoided it, just haven’t openly been out there," she said.

The entrepreneur denied reports she has been cancelling recent interviews to avoid being asked about the Trump campaign.