Jury Awards E. Jean Carroll $5 Million in Damages

Trump Sexually Abused and Defamed E. Jean Carroll

A Manhattan jury found that Donald Trump sexually abused E. Jean Carroll in a luxury department store dressing room in the spring of 1996 and awarded her $5 million for battery and defamation.

Carroll, 79, smiled as the verdict from the nine-person civil jury was announced Tuesday afternoon in the Manhattan federal court.

Trump did not attend the trial in which Carroll claimed he raped her, and then defamed her after her allegations by suggesting she wasn’t his type and was making up the story in order to sell her book.

Judge Lewis Kaplan dismissed the jury after the verdict and informed them they are now allowed to identify themselves publicly if they choose. However, the judge suggested they remain silent.

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