President Donald Trump's White House Staff Secretary Rob Porter resigned Wednesday amid allegations of domestic violence after his two ex-wives told the Daily Mail he had physically and verbally abused them.

Porter, 40, was described as one of the closest aides to President Trump, but he handed in his resignation Wednesday soon after the accusations surfaced in a Daily Mail report Tuesday. Porter strongly denied all the allegations fielded against him by his former partners.

Porter’s second wife, Jennifer Willoughby, told the Daily Mail in the interview Tuesday he physically abused her by dragging her naked from the shower by her shoulders in an incident that occurred in December 2009.

“We were yelling in each other’s faces,” she told the Intercept. “I disengaged and went to take a shower. Rob was not done fighting. He came to the shower and grabbed me by the shoulders and pulled me out of the shower to continue arguing.”

This incident reportedly led to Willoughby not attending a vacation with Porter’s family that holiday season.

Willoughby also spoke about several other incidents where Porter called her a “f------- b----” under his breath in public settings, even during their honeymoon in Myrtle Beach.

Rob Porter, John Kelly
White House Chief of Staff John Kelly (L) waves to journalists as he and Staff Secretary Rob Porter leave the White House with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington, D.C., Nov. 29, 2017. Getty Images

She also wrote a blog post detailing the abuse she said she suffered. The couple, who got married in Harvard in 2009, split in 2010 with Willoughby adding that in the last few weeks of their relationship she suffered a miscarriage. Later that year, she filed a protective order against her husband after he would physically prevent her from leaving the house. During an argument, Willoughby also alleged Porter punched a glass window and cut his hand.

Willoughby works as a motivational speaker in Washington D.C. On her Facebook page, she calls herself a “writer, speaker, teacher, resilient optimist.”

On her official website, Willoughby stated, “I believe in the goodness and kindness of all beings. I believe in the power of adversity to transform us into stronger, more beautiful, more compassionate versions of ourselves. I KNOW we are more than the sum of our past circumstances and choices.”

One of Willoughby’s online profile stated she worked with at-risk youth in several schools in Fairfax County, Virginia. Currently, she said she works on “practical techniques for managing stress and anxiety for busy executives in Washington, DC and New York City, as well as educating companies on the importance of maintaining work-life balance.”

Porter’s first wife Colbie Holderness backed up Willoughby’s claims and also alleged abuse, saying it started during their honeymoon in 2003, when he allegedly kicked her, according to interviews she gave to CNN and the Intercept. Holderness also claimed Porter hit her on one occasion during a trip to Florence, Italy, in 2005. A photo of Holderness obtained by the Intercept, allegedly taken after the incident in the Florence hotel room, showed her with a bruised eye.

In a statement, Porter, who is currently reportedly dating Trump's communications director, Hope Hicks, called the allegations “outrageous” and “simply false.” He said the photos were taken nearly 15 years ago, and that the “reality behind them is nowhere close to what is being described.”