Jean Carroll asking court for a DNA sample

Trump accuser wants a sample of his DNA in defamation suit related to rape allegation

Columnist seeks Donald Trump’s DNA over claim US President raped her in 1990s

Carroll's lawyer Roberta Kaplan in a statement called it "standard operating procedure in these circumstances" to obtain DNA samples from accused people. At least one of these people is a man.

In a NY magazine article last June and her memoir published the next month, Carroll accused Trump of raping her in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman in midtown Manhattan, between the autumn of 1995 and spring of 1996.

In a statement on Thursday, Carroll said that since the alleged encounter with Trump, she had worn the dress only at a photoshoot for the NY article. Carroll says she's worn the dress only once since the assault.

Carroll filed a defamation suit against Trump in November after the president denied her allegation. I guess since the book did not make any money she's trying to get paid another way.

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Lawyers for the Elle Magazine "Ask E. Jean" columnist are requesting that Trump hand over the sample by March 2 in Washington.

"We think this will be a great resource for victims, they'll have one place they can go to see what help they can receive but also law enforcement and nonprofits", an official told reporters.

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"After Trump sexually assaulted me, I took the black dress I had been wearing and hung it in my closet", Carroll said in a statement. "I only wore it once since then and that was at the photoshoot for the New York Magazine article about my book".

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"Unidentified male DNA on the costume might present that Donald Trump not exclusively is conscious of who I'm, however moreover that he violently assaulted me in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman after which defamed me by lying about it and impugning my character", Carroll talked about in a press launch Thursday.

Trump mentioned in June that Carroll was "completely mendacity" and he had "by no means met this particular person in my life".

Trump, a Republican, isn't the primary president to face the prospect of a DNA check associated to a girl's costume. While a 1987 photo shows them and their then-spouses at a social event, Trump dismissed it as a moment when he was "standing with my coat on in a line".

Carroll mentioned she didn't accomplish that for many years as a result of she feared authorized retribution from Trump and harm to her popularity, amongst different causes. She is looking for unspecified damages and a retraction of Trump's statements.

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