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New York jury rules Trump sexually abused writer, assesses $5M damages

by Derek Andrews
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A New York jury on Tuesday found US President Donald Trump accountable for sexually abusing author E. Jean Carroll within the Nineteen Nineties and located that he defamed her by branding her a liar, assessing the damages at $5 million.

In keeping with courtroom paperwork, the jury discovered that Trump sexually abused Carroll, inflicting damages that the jury assessed at $2 million. In addition they discovered the previous’s conduct to have been “willfully or wantonly negligent” or “reckless,” which drew an extra $20,000. Discovering that defamatory statements made by Trump broken Carroll’s repute, the jury awarded her an extra $2.7 million. Lastly, in figuring out the latter was carried out maliciously, the jury awarded the author $280,000.

Carroll alleges that Trump raped her in a New York division retailer within the mid-Nineteen Nineties, after which smeared her when she went public with the allegation in 1999. Trump filed a movement to dismiss, which was rejected in January 2023.

Trump is at the moment embroiled in a number of legal battles as he actively campaigns to return to the White Home in 2024.

Source / Picture: jurist.org

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