A new law in the United States For one year, victims of sexual assault reopen previous allegations and request a civil trial.
E. Gene Carroll, an American journalist who has accused Donald Trump of raping her in the 1990s, will speak out against the former U.S. president on Thursday, Nov. 24, thanks to a new law in New York that protects victims. Reopened civil lawsuit…of sexual assault.
Carroll, 78, and Donald Trump, 76, have faced rape and defamation charges in Manhattan’s federal civil court since 2019, and both were sworn in before a new judge in October. submitted an affidavit.
Head of State Immunity Protection
In a defamation lawsuit, Elle magazine author and former columnist E. Gene Carroll sued Donald Trump in a civil suit in November 2019. “Complete lie”, In June 2019, his allegation that he was raped in a New York department store dressing room in 1995 or 1996.
The Republican president at the time (2017-2021) replied that he had never met her and had never met her. “Not a woman like him.” His lawyers have also always maintained that he was protected by immunity as head of state in 2019.
Regarding the rape allegations, Carroll was unable to file a formal complaint in 2019 because the alleged facts had expired. The Survivors Act”) allows victims of sexual assault to reinstate the possibility of previous complaints for one year and to file a civil lawsuit.
“Tuck and Stack”
law firms in E. John Thus, Carroll and a federal judge in Manhattan released several court documents on Thursday, specifically accusing Donald Trump of “rape” and calling for a civil trial in 2023 to obtain damages.
At the beginning of the now admitted, all-fact-related complaint, Donald Trump is accused “About 27 years ago[…]at Bergdorf Goodman, a luxury department store on Fifth Avenue in New York, I grabbed (the) E. Jean Carroll, threw her, pinned her by the shoulder to the wall of the fitting room, and raped her.” .
Petitioner remained silent for more than two decades before telling her story in a book in the late 2010s in support of the #MeToo movement against violence against women that began in 2017.
“I respect and admire people who speak out, but unfortunately this incident sets a serious precedent and deviates from the purpose of the law at the risk of outlawing the words of the true victims. Configure.” On Thursday, AFP Alina Habba, a lawyer for Donald Trump in the case, responded.