‘Rape Is Sexy’ Trump Accuser Sues President For Defamation

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‘Rape Is Sexy’ Trump Accuser Sues President For Defamation

Columnist E. Jean Carroll – who gave a bizarre series of interviews and wrote a book (which bombed) claiming that President Trump sexually assaulted her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990’s, is back.

'Rape Is Sexy' Trump Accuser Sues President For Defamation

The 75-year-old Carroll, who stunned CNN‘s Anderson Cooper when she said “I think most people think of rape as being sexy,” is now suing Trump for defamation.

And while Carroll can’t remember if Trump penetrated her “halfway – or completely,” she refuses to use the term ‘rape’ for what she says happened.

I am filing this on behalf of every woman who has ever been harassed, assaulted, silenced, or spoken up only to be shamed, fired, ridiculed and belittled,” said Carrol, who seeks unspecified compensatory and punitive damages, according to the Washington Post.

Responding to the news, White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham on Monday called the lawsuit “frivolous,” saying Carroll is a “fraud.”

“Let me get this straight – Ms. Carroll is suing the President for defending himself against false allegations?” she asked. “I guess since the book did not make any money she’s trying to get paid another way. The story she used to try and sell her trash book never happened, period. Her version of events is not even feasible if you’ve ever tried on clothing in a dressing room of a crowded department store. The lawsuit is frivolous and the story is a fraud – just like the author.”


Tyler Durden

Mon, 11/04/2019 – 15:50