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Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill announced in a Monday morning news conference that he will not resign.

Hill, who is accused of inappropriate sexual behavior toward at least four women on the night on March 15, added that he would not allow his reputation to be damaged by the recent allegations.

“A week ago today, I had a name. And, I want my name back.”

Last week, Gov. Eric Holcomb, and several other top Republican leaders called on Hill to step down. House Speaker Brian Bosma and Senate Pres. Pro Tem David Long both said they believe the women who accused Hill.

Hill said the calls for his resignation were unwarranted and were based on what he said were inaccurate statements by one of his accusers, adding that Governor Holcomb should not have been so quick to ask him to quit.

“I respect the governor and I believe him to be an honorable man. And, I wish he had reached out to me regarding these accusations, before rushing to judgement.”

WIBC host Tony Katz discussed the Hill controversy in an afternoon monologue during his radio show Monday. Click below to check out what Tony had to say: