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May 11 2023
Attorneys for former President Donald Trump on Thursday filed a notice to appeal the verdict of a federal civil trial that found him liable for sexual battery and defamation against writer E. Jean Carroll.
Carroll was awarded $5 million in damages by the jury on Tuesday.
The jury found Trump liable for sexual abuse, but not rape, and also found that he defamed Carroll in a caseCBS News (Online)
Jun 29 2023
Advice columnist E. Jean Carroll’s yearslong court battle to hold the man who sexually abused her legally accountable has been extraordinary in many ways. First, because that abuser is former President Donald Trump, who used all the power of his office, from the Secret Service to the Department of Justice, in various attempts to shrug off Carroll’s claim that he attacked her in a departmentMother Jones
May 10 2023
Trump had called Carroll's accusation "a con job," a "hoax" and "a complete scam," according to NBC News , at one point even claiming it was unconstitutional . He also said the writer was "not my type," despite reportedly misidentifying a picture of her as his ex-wife Marla Maples. Carroll then sued him for defamation, alleging his actions caused significant damage to her personal andThe Week - News
May 05 2023
The video of President Trump’s deposition in E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit was released Friday.
The 48 minutes of footage show Trump responding to questions from Carroll’s lawyer over the writer’s claims that he raped her in the mid-1990s. Trump denies her allegations.
Carroll is suing Trump in federal court in New York City, accusing him of sexual battery and defamation.
Jul 26 2023
White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre attempted to head off questions about Hunter Biden by saying early during a press conference on Wednesday that “Hunter Biden is a private citizen, and this was a personal matter for him.” “As we have said, the president, the first lady — they love their son, and they support him as he continues to rebuild his life,” she said. “So for anythingThe Daily Wire
Aug 07 2023
A federal judge in New York on Monday dismissed Donald Trump's countersuit against E. Jean Carroll, the writer who won a $5 million verdict against the former president for battery and defamation earlier this year.
Trump filed his counterclaims against Carroll in June, alleging she defamed him by continuing to say publicly that he'd raped her even after a jury found him not liable forNBC News (Online)
Aug 07 2023
Trump Counterclaim Dismissed: E. Jean Carroll Rape Allegations Were ‘Substantially True,’ Judge Says
Former President Donald Trump lost his defamation counterclaim against writer E. Jean Carroll on Monday morning, as a federal judge found that Carroll's rape allegations were "substantially true."
In May, a federal jury in New York found that Trump sexually abused Carroll in the dressing room of a Bergdorf Goodman in the mid-1990s and then defamed her after she went public. TheyThe Messenger
Jul 11 2023
The Department of Justice said in a court filing on Tuesday it can no longer conclude former President Trump was acting within the scope of office when he denied a writer's rape accusations and made allegedly defamatory remarks about her in 2019.
Why it matters: Trump previously attempted to delay proceedings for E. Jean Carroll's lawsuit over his remarks by arguing that he should beAxios
May 01 2023
Before cross examination of E. Jean Carroll resumes on Monday, Donald Trump's lawyers requested a mistrial in a letter filed at dawn. Defense attorney Joe Tacopina said Judge Lewis Kaplan has mischaracterized elements of the case and improperly shut down certain lines of questioning during cross examination. Carroll claims the former president attacked her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing roomABC News (Online)
May 22 2023
E. Jean Carroll asked a civil court to consider comments former President Donald made on CNN's town hall in an ongoing defamation lawsuit that is separate from the one settled on May 9. In a filing Monday, she asked the court to consider the comments he made the day after she was awarded $5 million in damages. "The proposed amendment also adds allegations concerning the verdict in Carroll IIRaw Story