E. Jean Carroll files new lawsuit against Trump

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HISTORY: Former US President Donald Trump has been sued for a second time by former magazine writer E. Jean Carroll.
She accuses Trump of lying by denying he raped her nearly 30 years ago.
And in a complaint filed Thursday in Manhattan federal court, she also accused Trump of battery at a Manhattan department store.
Carroll brought the battery suit under New York's Adult Survivors Act — a new law that gives victims of sexual assault a year to sue their alleged abusers, even if the abuse happened a long time ago and the statute of limitations has expired.
Thanksgiving Thursday was the first day accusers could sue.
Trump has denied raping Carroll or knowing her at the time.
On Oct. 12, he called Carroll's allegation a "hoax" and a "lie" on his Truth Social account - prompting Carroll's new allegation of defamation.
Both sides are awaiting court rulings on Trump's claims that he is legally immune from Carrol's first lawsuit - because he spoke in his capacity as president.
But that probably wouldn't affect her second lawsuit — since Trump is no longer in office.
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45th President of the United States
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