Trump mistakenly took a shocking photo of the assault case with his ex-wife

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Trump mistakenly took a shocking photo of the assault case with his ex-wife

Trump mistakenly identified a photo of the plaintiff in a sexual assault case as his ex-wife

It appears that Donald Trump mistakenly identified a photo of a woman named E. Jean Carroll as his ex-wife Marla Maples, who is the plaintiff in a sexual harassment case

In a released video, Trump’s lawyer shows a photo of him talking to several people, and Trump’s voice can be heard saying it’s Marla

His lawyer says it’s not Marla, it’s Carroll

Ms. Carroll, 79, has accused 76-year-old Trump of assaulting her in the mid-1990s at a department store in New York City, but Trump has denied the allegation

Carroll’s lawyers argue that Trump mistakingly identifying the woman in the photo as his ex-wife proves that her claim is false, as Carroll is not the type of woman Trump would find attractive, a response Trump gave when the allegation first surfaced in 2019

Donald Trump firmly denies Carroll’s accusation, stating that he never took her to the dressing room of the Bergdorf Goodman department store in Manhattan and assaulted her there


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