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Trump Sued For Alleged Assault


Things keep getting worse.

Former President Donald Trump has already been served a new lawsuit today, but now it appears he can expect another one after his former accuser E. Jean Carroll wants to issue a new sexual battery lawsuit against him.

According to CBS,  journalist E. Jean Carroll’s attorney Roberta Kaplan explained to people that Carroll plans to a new lawsuit on Nov. 24th when New York’s new Adult Survivors Act goes into affect.

Under the new Adult Survivors Act accusers can file civil lawsuits regarding sexual misconduct between Nov. 24, 2022 and Nov. 23, 2023. The new law does not take into account how far back the alleged assault happened.


Carroll is planning on suing Trump for sexual battery and “intentional infliction of emotional distress.”

Former President Donald Trump has aggressively denied ever having done anything to Carroll and that she is “totally lying” in an attempt to sell her books. Trump added that “she’s not my type.”

Trump and Carroll’s attorney’s have been going back and forth for a number of years now and Trump’s legal issues are mounting to unbelievable levels.