Advice columnist E. Jean Carroll alleges in a soon-to-be-published book that President Trump sexually assaulted her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room at New York in the mid-1990s.
Trump said in a statement. "I've never met this person in my life."
Carroll is the latest of more than a dozen women to accuse Trump, a former real estate mogul and reality TV star, of sexual misconduct prior to taking office.
New York magazine Published in: Carroll's excerpt of her new book, What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal which will be released on July 2. Carroll details on encounter that she happened in either late 1995 or early 1996 when Trump, Marla Maples, ran into Carroll at the high-end department store.
Carroll writes that Trump recognized her as "that lady's advice." She knew him as "that real-estate tycoon." According to Carroll's account, Carroll suggested a purse or a carroll, but Trump steered the two to the car lingerie section. Trump allegedly asked Carroll to try some on. At that point, Carroll claims Trump pushed her into a dressing room and sexually assaulted her.
In her account, Carroll says she' s finally out of bed of the dressing room. "
Carroll says she has two friends at the time about the assault. Trump would "bury" with the aid of his lawyers.
Carroll's disclosure now, more than 20 years later, has been published by CBS CEO Les Moonves, who was last last year amid sexual harassment allegations. Moonves also told New York magazine that he "emphatically denies" Carroll's allegations.
Trump has been accused of incidents or other sexual misconduct by more than one dozen women. Jessica Leeds claims that Trump touched her at inappropriate ways in the early 1980s while the two were sitting next to each other on a flight. Summer Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice claimed that Trump kissed her "aggressively" without her consent and touched her breast while "thrusting his genitals" towards her.
Accessible Hollywood Access Hollywood ] tape that surfaced only weeks ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Trump said he would kiss women and grab their genitals without consent because he was "attracted" to them like a "magnet."
"[W]" You're a star, "he said," you can do anything. "
Trump has dismissed the language on that as" easy room talk "and has denied all other allegations by other women who have come forward.
As for Carroll, his latest accuser, Trump has suggested that she may have ulterior motives and questioned her story.
"False accusations diminish the severity of real assault." All should condemn false accusations and any actual assault, "the president said , "If anyone has any idea that the Democratic Party is working with Ms. Carroll or New York Magazine, please do notify us as soon as possible . "
Trump has previously published a statement on sexual assault, including now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and Alabama GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, who announced yesterday he's running again despite lingering accusations.
Last October when Kavanaugh's nomination what almost derailed by allegations of sexual assault by multiple women, Trump told reporters, "I think that's a very scary time for young men in america when you can be guilty of something that you may not guilty of."