Trump Ordered to Pay $83.3 Million: Shocking Verdict Revealed!

Unprecedented verdict! Former President Donald Trump ordered to pay $83.3 million for damaging advice columnist E. Jean Carroll’s credibility. Dive into the shocking details and legal twists that led to this historic decision.

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Former President Donald Trump ordered to pay $83.3 million for damaging advice columnist E. Jean Carroll’s credibility.

In a recent development, a New York jury has mandated that former President Donald Trump pay E. Jean Carroll a substantial sum of $83.3 million, holding him accountable for damaging her credibility as an advice columnist.

Trump’s dismissal of her sexual assault accusation led to punitive damages of $65 million, $11 million for harm to her reputation, and an additional $7.3 million.

Anticipated but impactful, the verdict follows Judge Lewis Kaplan’s pre-trial ruling affirming Trump’s defamation of Carroll. Trump, likely to appeal, previously faced a $5 million order to pay Carroll in a separate defamation case last year. The Trump 2024 campaign labeled the trial a “political weapon” without substantiating their claim.

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This decision coincides with Trump’s recent victory in the New Hampshire primary, solidifying his position as the GOP front-runner. Trump faces multiple legal battles, including a pending civil trial that could cost him $250 million for fraudulent business practices in New York.

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The case traces back to 2019 when Carroll accused Trump of sexual assault, leading to a defamation lawsuit. Trump’s denial and dismissal, including the infamous “not my type” remark, triggered insults and threats towards Carroll.

The initial lawsuit faced delays, with Trump‘s Attorney General Bill Barr asserting official capacity protection. In 2023, Biden’s Justice Department reversed course, allowing the defamation case to proceed, ultimately leading to this recent verdict.

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