Lawsuit Accusing Trump of Raping a 13-Year-Old Girl Reemerges After Trump Loses Case Against E. Jean Carroll

E. Jean Carroll’s case against Donald Trump ended with the jury finding the former president liable for assault and defamation. The civil lawsuit brought up another alleged story on the surface.

Carroll, in her lawsuit, alleged that Trump raped her in a New York City department store in the 90s. However, she sued over calling her “a liar.”

One lawsuit never got enough attention and was quickly dropped since the alleged victim was a 13-year-old virgin.

The charges were dropped in 2016, and the woman remained Jane Doe or Katie Johnson, likely her real name. However, the severity of this case was never truly examined since the elections occupied the media.

Wild and Graphic Accusations

The initial allegations, brought by attorney Lisa Bloom claimed Johnson was violently raped in 1994. The assault allegedly happened when the 13-year-old attended org..s organized by Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein allegedly lured Johnson by promising her a modeling career. In the withdrawn lawsuit, Johnson claimed she met Trump four times.

One encounter was described as a “savage sexual attack.” Allegedly, Johnson “loudly pleaded” for the former president to stop when he started “violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted.”

In the allegations, Jane Doe said she was not allowed to tell anyone or would disappear like Maria. She explained that Maria was a 12-year-old girl also allegedly violated by Trump, never to be seen again.

The name of Maria Doe remains unknown.

Epstein Was Not Happy

Johnson also alleged that Epstein complained, “I should have been 1st.”

A tweet from March 11, 2023, came with a case number and alleged transcript from the deposition.

Before the elections, at least 15 women came with similar stories about the former president. There were also alleged witnesses, Tiffany Doe and Joan Doe.

Joan Doe was Johnson’s classmate, and she learned about the alleged events as they happened. Tiffany Doe alleged that she saw the assault.

This whole story was not just overlooked, but it also brought some bizarre characters. There was a video of “Katie,” but it turned out to be Norm Lubow, a former producer on the Jerry Springer show, as Vox reported.

Trump’s Friendship With Epstein

It is well known that Trump was on friendly terms with Epstein. In the Access Hollywood tape used in the defamation trial, he infamously said, “Grab them by the pu…y.”

Trump called it “locker-room talk.”

Radar Online alleges that Epstein’s brother said that Epstein wanted to distance himself from Trump. The reason was that Epstein thought Trump was a “crook.”

The former president and Epstein, convicted of soliciting minors, started hanging out in the late 80s or early 90s. They ran in the same social circles, and Trump infamously told New York magazine, “He’s a lot of fun to be with. It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it—Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

Other allegations of abusing minors showed during Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial.

Trump’s Suggestive Post

Ironically or not, Trump suggested DeSantis was “grooming” underage girls in his post on Truth Social.

Someone shared an image on Truth Social, writing, “Here is Ron DeSanctimonious grooming high school girls with alcohol as a teacher.” Trump reshared the picture, writing, “That’s not Ron. He would never do such a thing!”

It is clear why these allegations reappeared. Not only is Trump was Trump found liable in the defamation case, but the claims made by Johnson were dropped only a few days before the 2016 elections.

And with these allegations, many raised questions about the Clintons and Epstein. But this is where the story ends, for now.

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