MUST WATCH: James O'Keefe EXPOSES Judge Engoron 'creeping' on women in Long Island gym

The source revealed that Engoron "makes it a point to go up to any young girl possible every single visit."

On Wednesday, James O'Keefe dropped the latest video in his "On the Inside" series. This time, the target was Arthur Engoron, the New York City judge who handed down the $354 million fine in Donald Trump's civil fraud case brought forth by New York Attorney General Letitia James.

The video included a clip from a source alleging that Engoron was "creeping" on girls every time he went to the Equinox gym in Great Neck, Long Island. 

When O'Keefe first entered the gym wearing his OMG t-shirt, he was immediately recognized by a fan who said, "I know why you're here."

Before long, O'Keefe spotted Engoron and walked over to him. 

"Huge fan," he told the judge, who didn't recognize him. "Thank you for what you did ... Man that must have felt good."

When asked about the criticism he's faced, Engoron said, "I'm strong," adding he's received "lots of hate mail."

In the clip submitted by an anonymous source, Engoron can be seen talking to a woman who appears to be in her twenties. By the end of the clip, the woman looks "visibly annoyed" by the judge, putting her hand up and gesturing him "back off."

In an X Space hosted by O'Keefe, the source elaborated on Engoron's behavior, revealing that the judge "makes it a point to go up to any young girl possible every single visit."

"At first they might smile and say hello," the source said of the women, but "by the end of the conversation they always get creeped out ... You always see the change in their face, you always see that they're visibly upset."

The source noted that Engoron's alleged behavior with the women had not increased following the verdict, however, he did notice that after ordering the former president to pay the massive fine he did puff out his chest more than before.

O'Keefe asked other Equinox gym users to try and catch Engoron in the act.

This is a developing story.
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