E. Jean Carroll, the advice columnist who won a $5 million case against Donald Trump for sexual assault and defamation, is reupping her defamation claim after the former president again called her a liar and a “whack job,” according to a new filing.
Earlier this month, a Manhattan federal jury voted to uphold Carroll’s claim that she was attacked by Trump in a changing room at Bergdorf-Goodman department store in the late-1990s. He denied the attack and claimed that he had never met her.
Carroll said that his public denials smeared her reputation and cost her the job she had writing an advice column for Elle magazine.
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