Donald Trump Accused Of Raping 13-Year-Old Girl In New Federal Lawsuit: Alleged Rape Happened In 1994

A woman has filed a lawsuit accusing the Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump of raping her repeatedly in 1994 when she was only 13-years-old.

The federal lawsuit, filed in New York on Monday, alleges that the estate mogul, raped her repeatedly at several parties hosted by billionaire investor Jeffrey Epstein at his Upper East Side home, known as the Wexner Mansion.

Epstein had pleaded guilty in 2008 to charges of soliciting underage girls for prostitution and served 13 months in prison for the offense.

The Real Deal reports that the suit, filed by a woman identified only as “Jane Doe,” alleges that in 1994, Trump and Epstein lured her and other young girls to his home at 9 East 71st Street, promising cash and a modeling career.

The plaintiff alleged that she attended four parties at the mansion during which Trump raped her repeatedly.

Doe alleged that Trump knew she was only 13-years-old at the time he allegedly raped her.

A woman, identified in the suit as “Tiffany Doe,” also gave testimony that appeared to corroborate Jane Doe’s allegations. Tiffany Doe stated that Epstein had hired her from 1991 to 2001 to recruit young girls for parties at his mansion.

Jane Doe alleged that after the defendant raped her, he threatened that if she revealed what happened he would “physically harm” her family.

“Both defendants [Trump and Epstein] let Plaintiff know that each was a very wealthy, powerful man and indicated that they had the power, ability and means to carry out their threats,” the complaint reportedly read.

The plaintiff said she remained silent for more than 20 years since the alleged physical abuse because she took the threats seriously.

Jane Doe had filed a similar suit in California earlier in April, under the name Katie Johnson. But the court dismissed the suit due to issues with the paperwork.

Donald Trump GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump [Image via a katz / Shutterstock.com]It was found, for instance, that the plaintiff’s name was associated in the documents with an address that had been abandoned, Gothamist reports.

The plaintiff’s attorney in the present suit also explained that the first filing erred by citing “statues that did not apply in the case.”

The new suite gives disturbing graphic details of the alleged acts of rape and physical abuse. It alleged acts of extreme violence against the plaintiff, describing the alleged rape as a “savage sexual attack.”

According to the suit, the defendant “initiated sexual contact with the plaintiff at four different parties.”

During the final encounter, she was raped anally and vaginally and hit by the defendant.

The defendant allegedly tied her to a bed and exposed himself. When the plaintiff pleaded, the defendant allegedly became violent. He struck the plaintiff across the face, saying he would do as he pleased.

“On the fourth and final sexual encounter,” the filing said, “Defendant Trump tied Plaintiff to a bed, exposed himself, and then proceeded to forcibly rape Plaintiff. During the course of this savage sexual attack, Plaintiff loudly pleaded with Defendant Trump to stop but with no effect. Defendant Trump responded to Plaintiff’s pleas by violently striking Plaintiff in the face with his open hand and screaming that he would do whatever he wanted.”

The suit also alleged that Epstein raped the plaintiff twice and tried to hit her. He also allegedly screamed in anger that he, rather than Trump, should have taken the Plaintiff’s virginity.

Jeffrey Epsteing July 27, 2006 arrest file photo of Jeffrey Epstein [Photo by Palm Beach Sheriff’s Office/AP Images]Epstein also allegedly repeated Trump’s alleged threats to harm the plaintiff’s family.

The suit went on to request the court to waive New York’s five-year statute of limitation in civil rape cases because the plaintiff was forced, due to the threats, to remain silent.

Jane Doe is demanding $75,000 in damages, her attorney’s fees, a court-issued order of protection against the defendant, and other reliefs that the “court may deem just and proper.”

The New York Daily News reports that Alan Garten, Trump organization vice president and general counsel, described the accusations as “categorically untrue, completely fabricated and politically motivated.”

“The allegations are not only categorically false, but disgusting… clearly framed to solicit media attention or… simply politically motivated.”

Alternet recalls that Trump had once admitted to New York Magazine that he had “known Epstein for 15 years,” and that he was a “terrific guy.”

“He [Epstein] is a lot of fun to be with,” Trump said. “It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it, Jeffrey enjoys his social life.”

Epstein’s brother also reportedly testified in 2009 that Trump had flown on Epstein’s private plane, the “Lolita Express.”

And according to Vice, Epstein’s private phone book included Trump’s phone numbers and other information.

When Epstein was asked in 2010 if he had “socialized with Trump” in the presence of underage girls, he reportedly answered, “Though I’d like to answer that question, at least today I’m going to have to assert my Fifth, Sixth, and 14th Amendment rights, sir.”

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