“I’m here because Donald Trump raped me.” This was stated by the American writer Jean Carroll in his testimony at the ongoing civil trial in New York. “When I wrote about it, he said it didn’t happen. He lied and ruined my reputation, and I’m here to try and get my life back,” Carroll pressed in front of the judges. Old magazine columnist deer He denounced Trump last November for facts going back more than 20 years. He did it on the basis ofAdult Survivors Act, or a state law — which went into effect November 24 last year — that allows rape victims to file a lawsuit after years of violence they have experienced. At the end of 2022, Jean Carroll’s attorney sought compensation from his client for “pain, suffering, trauma, loss of dignity and damage to reputation.” At the heart of the trial, which began yesterday – Tuesday, April 25 – is an episode that took place between 1995 and 1996, when Carroll allegedly met pole At Bergdorf and Goodman’s store on Fifth Avenue in New York. According to the author’s story, Trump was going to ask her to help find a gift for a woman, and invite her to try on underwear in the dressing room. Then the situation escalated: “He closed the dressing room door, pushed me against the wall, and hit me on the head hard. He put his mouth to my lips, and a moment later, still in his work clothes, shirt, jacket, tie, and overcoat, he unzipped it,” as Jean Carroll recounted about three years ago.. Trump denied any such thing had happened and accused Carroll of making it all up “in order to show up and sell her book”. Because of this, Carroll added another one for defamation to the complaint for alleged violence, which is suspended for the time being.
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