Donald Trump Rape Accuser

Donald Trump Rape Accuser, Katie Johnson, Lied: She Was Not Sexually Assaulted By Trump At Age 13 [Report]

Donald Trump rape accuser, Katie Johnson, lied about being sexually assaulted by the Republican presidential candidate when she was 13. According to a new exclusive report, the woman who claimed Trump raped her when she was a young teenager made up the entire story and that’s why the lawsuit was dropped.

Daily Mail reports that Katie Johnson, who filed a lawsuit in April claiming that she was sexually assaulted by Donald Trump and financier, Jeffrey Epstein, during a rough role play session in the summer of 1994, fabricated her story. A source reveals that Trump is cleared of any wrongdoings in the case. According to legal documents filed, no corroborative evidence backed up the Donald Trump rape accuser’s claims. The woman’s lawsuit was abruptly dropped last week and it was quickly assumed she was intimidated or received death threats.

The source maintains that the Donald Trump rape accuser wasn’t being truthful and that her story was clearly false once developments surfaced.

“Katie Johnson’s account had been believable and compelling right up until the last minute.”

“But new information emerged that suggested she had not been telling the truth.”

“Ultimately it was discovered that Donald Trump’s name had been inserted into this, he was not involved whatsoever. After that she had no credibility.”

Johnson had previously told Daily Mail about her motivation for filing rape charges against Trump.

“We would have a rapist in the White House. I would feel horrified every single day if I stay in this country,” she said.

The Donald Trump rape accuser continued that the incident happened when she was just 13 has haunted her ever since. She blamed it for having bad relationships and having a general mistrust of anyone who’s ever gotten close to her.

Johnson added that it wasn’t until she saw Trump on Celebrity Apprentice years later that she learned who her attacker was. She couldn’t forget his face but didn’t know his name. She alleged that Donald Trump attacked her with Epstein at a party in the summer of 1994 and stole her virginity.

The Donald Trump rape accuser could be one of many women who are falsely charging that the Republican presidential candidate sexually assaulted them. The billionaire real estate mogul has emphatically denounced all of the allegations and has vowed to sue his accusers once the election is over.

When Katie Johnson first filed papers, Trump’s legal team deemed it “disgusting at the highest level,” a “hoax,” and was done with the intent to “solicit media attention or, perhaps… simply politically motivated.”

It’s reported that Johnson has a troubled past with two DUIs, felony drug possession, and has a history of drug abuse. She shared with Daily Mail how she had dreams of becoming a model and took a Greyhound bus from Oklahoma to New York at the age of 13 in pursuit of her ambitions. The former Trump rape accuser is a former real estate agent who recently had spinal surgery and now claims disability because she’s unable to work.

In legal papers, Johnson claimed that Jeffrey Epstein, a convicted pedophile, sexually assaulted her on two separate occasions. She further asserted that he made threats to her and her family if she didn’t do what she was told.

It’s unclear what made this woman fabricate serious rape accusations against Trump. She was slated to give a press conference on Wednesday but backed out. On Friday, attorney Gloria Allred’s daughter, Lisa Bloom, tweeted that “Jane Doe” instructed her legal team to dismiss the suit against Epstein and Trump. It drew speculation that the Donald Trump rape accuser had been paid off by Trump or was threatened by his supporters.

In the end, Katie Johnson’s account of what happened didn’t add up, according to the explosive report out on Monday.

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