A writer who accused Former President Donald Trump of rape filed An upgraded lawsuit He was rebuffed in New York minutes later a new state law took effect allowing victims of Sue sexual violence victims of attacks dating back decades.

E. Jean Carroll’s lawyer filed Electronically access the legal papers the Adult Survivor’s Act temporarily lifted the state’s usual deadlines for suing over sexual assault. Unspecified punitive and compensatory damages were sought for her pain and suffering, psychological injuries, dignity loss, and reputation damage.

Carroll, a Long-term advice columnist For Elle The claim was first made in magazine a 2019 book, saying Trump You raped her in your dressing room of a Manhattan luxury department shop in 1995 or 1996

Trump responded to the book’s allegations by saying it could never have happened Carroll was “not my type.”

Carroll was moved by these remarks. file a defamation lawsuit He is against him, but he is for lawsuit has been taken to appeals courts, where judges determine whether he is entitled to legal protection for comments made during his presidency.

Carroll was previously barred from suing the state for the alleged violation of state law rape Because it had been too many years since the incident.

New York’s new Law, however, allows victims of sex offenses to be protected who Statute deadlines missed of There are limitations a Second chance to file a lawsuit. This window will open for one-year, and then the normal time limits will be reinstated.

Minimum hundreds of lawsuits are expectedYou can find many more here filed By women who They claim they were attacked by their co-workers, prison guards or medical professionals.

In her new Carroll asserts that Trump Battery committed “when he forcibly raped and groped her” And that he defamed her by denying raping her last week.

Trump said in his statement Carroll “completely made up a story that I met her at the doors of this crowded New York City Department Store and, within minutes, ‘swooned’ her. It is a Hoax and a lie, just like all the other Hoaxes that have been played on me for the past seven years.”

Carroll’s new Possibility to sue Trump For rape She could be a great help to her sidestep a Potentially fatal legal flaw in her initial defamation case.

If the courts decide that Trump’s original disparaging comments about Carroll’s rape Allegation was part of His job duties as president would prevent her from suing him for making those remarks. Federal employees are protected from defamation lawsuits. He would not be entitled to any protection for actions he took before he became president.

Judge Lewis A. Kaplan who The defamation is ruled by the Supreme Court lawsuit Carroll filed It is possible that the three-year-old may have decided to include the new These claims are a Spring trial is likely

Trump’s current lawyers said this week that they do not yet know whether they will represent him against the new allegations.

Carroll’s attorney, Roberta Kaplan, who Is not related to a judge, said at a Court hearing this week that the new Additional gathering should not be required for claims of evidence. Already, she has a Copy of The new Claims in the original case filed last week. Trump Carroll was also deposed.

In a Statement regarding the new lawsuitKaplan claimed that her client was a woman named Lisa. “intends to hold Donald Trump accountable not only for defaming her, but also for sexually assaulting her, which he did years ago in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman.”

“Thanksgiving Day was the very first day Ms. Carroll could file under New York law so our complaint was filed with the court shortly after midnight,” She continued.

Attorney Michael Madaio, a Lawyer TrumpAt the hearing, he stated that the new The allegations are substantially different from the original defamation lawsuit And would be required “an entirely new set” of Evidence gathering

For your legal needs Trump Did not respond to a On Wednesday, a message was sent asking for comment. A second message was sent to seek comment from the lawyer following the incident. lawsuit This was filed It took less than 10 minutes to complete the new day.

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