Trump rejects Carroll’s declares after publishing $916 million bond

Trump denies Carroll's claims after posting $91.6 million bond

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Former President Donald Trump on Saturday waited his 2019 declaration that author E. Jean Carroll made a “totally false accusation” versus him, regardless of comparable claims leading to him losing a disparagement case inJanuary

Campaigning at a rally in Rome, Georgia, Trump referenced the $916 million bond he published on March 8, 3 days before his due date to pay $833 million in damages to Carroll for disparaging her in declarations he made as president after rejecting her allegation that he ‘d raped her in an outlet store dressing space in the 1990 s.

Carroll initially stepped forward in 2019 with sexual attack claims versus Trump before another civil trial in May 2023, where a New York jury discovered that the previous president sexually mistreated Carroll however didn’t rape her.

“I just posted a $91 million bond, $91 million on a fake story, totally made-up story,” Trump stated, including that the judgment was, “based on false accusations made about me by a woman that I knew nothing about, didn’t know, never heard of, I know nothing about her.”

The 77- year-old made comparable remarks in a June 22, 2019, declaration, MSNBC legal reporter Lisa Rubin published on X on Saturday, consisting of a file of Trump’s rejection of understanding “who this woman is.”

“She wrote a book, she said things, and when I denied it, I said, ‘It’s so crazy, it’s false,’ I get sued for defamation,” Trump stated on Saturday before describing New York’s Adult Survivors Act, which raised the state’s statute of restrictions for one year, enabling survivors of sexual attack to take legal action against no matter the length of time ago the supposed abuse took place.

“They changed the law that allowed women to go back, like unlimited … then she went back and she said, mid-90s maybe, I have no idea,” he stated.

On top of the $833 million in damages is a $5 million sexual assault and libel decision that Carroll won versus Trump in 2015. In February, the previous president was likewise purchased to pay $464 million in damages for a different scams case versus Trump and magnates at his business — he prepares to appeal all 3 decisions.

Trump likewise shared his issues about Lewis Kaplan, the federal judge who rejected his demand to postpone the libel judgment, calling him a “Trump-deranged, angry man.”

Both Carroll’s legal group and the Trump project did not instantly react to CNBC’s ask for remark.