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E. Jean Carroll files damages claim against Trump over his CNN comments

Trump faces damages claim from E. Jean Carroll over CNN comments

Trump faces damages claim from E. Jean Carroll over CNN comments

Renowned author and writer E. Jean Carroll has filed a lawsuit against former U.S. President Donald Trump, seeking “very substantial” monetary damages for defamatory comments he made about her during a CNN town hall.

Carroll’s move comes in the wake of losing a $5 million lawsuit earlier in the month against Trump. Her legal team is seeking to amend the original defamation lawsuit she filed against Trump to include his latest statements about her, which they believe are likewise defamatory.

In the mid-1990s, Carroll accused Trump of raping her in a dressing room at the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan. Trump has consistently denied the allegations and accused Carroll of making them up for political and financial gain.

This is a developing story and we will update it as more information becomes available.

FAQs:

Who is E. Jean Carroll?
E. Jean Carroll is a well-known writer, journalist, and advice columnist who has appeared in publications such as Elle and Esquire.

What is the basis of Carroll’s lawsuit against Donald Trump?
Carroll has accused Trump of defaming her by making false statements about her. She claims that Trump’s accusations have damaged her reputation and caused her emotional distress.

Has Carroll’s case against Trump been successful so far?
No, Carroll lost a previous lawsuit against Trump earlier this month, but she is seeking to amend it with new information.

What are the new statements that Trump has made about Carroll?
The details of Trump’s new statements about Carroll have not yet been made public.

Trump faces damages claim from E. Jean Carroll over CNN comments
Trump faces damages claim from E. Jean Carroll over CNN comments

E. Jean Carroll seeks damages against Trump for his CNN remarks

Writer E. Jean Carroll has taken legal action against former US President Donald Trump, seeking “very substantial” monetary damages for his remarks about her at a CNN town hall meeting. The move comes after Carroll lost a $5m defamation lawsuit against Trump. Her legal team filed papers asking a Manhattan federal court judge to allow an amendment to her original defamation lawsuit against the former president to reflect his latest comments, which they say are also defamatory. Carroll has accused Trump of raping her in the mid-1990s in a dressing room at the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan. He denies the accusation and claims she made it up for political or financial gain. The story is developing and updates are expected.

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