"I felt like a cheap whore," says Vincent Burroughs.
In August 2011, at 9 p.m. on a warm night in Eugene, Ore., Burroughs said he opened his front door to Dora Abrahamson. She was an IRS agent. She was auditing him. The two had never met.
"She said she was going to do my paperwork," Burroughs said in an interview with ABC News. "She came up the stairs, knocked on the door. I opened the door."
They went into his bedroom and had sex, Burroughs said.
Asked how he would characterize the sexual encounter, Burroughs said, "it was forced upon me."