Skip to comments.Writer who accused Trump of rape seeks DNA sample
Posted on 01/30/2020 3:54:15 PM PST by kevcol
Lawyers for columnist E. Jean Carroll, who accused President Trump of raping her in a Manhattan department store in the 1990s, are seeking to collect DNA evidence from the president.
After Trump sexually assaulted me, I took the black dress I had been wearing and hung it in my closet, Carroll said in a statement to The Hill on Thursday. I only wore it once since then and that was at the photoshoot for the New York Magazine article about my book.
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Wasn’t she adjudicated insane in some proceeding?
Funny how these stories only come up during confirmation hearings and election years. If I didn’t know that we have to “believe women” (except regarding Bill Clinton), I might assume these claims were just politically motivated lies.
So, she took the one thing that should have been a nightmare trigger to her, and wore it to a photoshop? Okay then.
Photoshoot. Not photoshop.
She should have said 1890’s. I might have believed it.
And she saved the dress why?
This means that Trump’s security detail has thus far prevented unscrupulous domestic enemies posing as housecleaning staff from already having collected his DNA.
I hope someone can come up with a picture of her
wearing that dress at a later date, maybe even
with Trump in it.
Bawhahaha just like clock work!! Old news, has been...NEXT!!
You've been raped in a dress, but of course you wear it again.
In the 1990s... rather specific don't you think? Oh yeah, I remember those 3652
I can just hear it now. "No honey, we need to hold this off for a couple of years. We'll be impeaching him by then, and we'll 'use you', er 'get your testimony' then."
“Don’t come around here selling crazy. We’re all stocked up.”
The legal term for that is nuts. But, being a New Yorker, she can probably find some Trumphater judge to issue an insane order.
This is the person who’s accusations were nearly identical to an episode of Law & Order SVU.
D bitch be tryin to sell books
On June 21, 2019, eleven days before the announced publishing of her new book What Do We Need Men For?: A Modest Proposal,Carroll wrote in New York magazine that Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in the fall of 1995 or the spring of 1996 in a Bergdorf Goodman store in New York City.BBC News described it as a rape allegation. Carroll wrote that she had not had sexual intercourse with anyone since the alleged assault. She also wrote that she had told two friends of the incident. The two friends confirmed with New York that they indeed had such conversations with Carroll. The essay was part of an excerpt of Carroll’s book What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal, which was published on July 2, 2019. The White House and Trump denied the allegation. The next day, Trump denied having ever met Carroll or knowing of her.However, in the New York magazine article, Carroll provided a photograph which showed her meeting Trump in 1987 along with her then-husband and Trump’s then-wife Ivana. The two friends Carroll had confided in was revealed when they and Carroll appeared on a podcast of the New York Times; they were writer Lisa Birnbach and news anchor Carol Martin. Carroll refused to say she was “raped”, instead choosing to describe it thus: “My word is fight.”
In a CNN interview with Anderson Cooper, she explained her decision not to call her assault a “rape”, stating that due to the prevalence of women being subject to longstanding sexual violence, she did not want to label this single incident of “three minutes in this little dressing room” as rape. Instead, she described it as a “fight” because then she would not be considered as the “victim”. Reflecting, she criticized her own thinking at the time that “I thought I won because I got out” as “stupid”. Further believing that “most people think of rape as being sexy” with rape “fantasies”, Carroll declared: “I was not thrown on the ground and ravished ... This was not sexual. It just, it hurt.”
Carroll has also alleged that, in the mid-1990s, media executive Les Moonves sexually assaulted her in an elevator after she had interviewed Moonves for a story. Moonves has denied the allegation.
Bet a turncoat of Trump went through his garbage or saved a drinking straw and that’s how they’ll get the DNA.
Right, she saved the dress for 20 years. Tell her to go to hell.
Damn, it’s not even October yet.
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