The Democrat billionaire who funded E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against Donald Trump visited Jeffrey Epstein’s private island and met him on at least two other occasions, records show.
Trump was ordered by a New York City jury to pay $5 million in damages to E Jean Carroll for “sexually abusing” her nearly three decades ago in a department store changing room.
The former president was also found responsible for defaming Carroll by calling her a “liar” after asserting that he had never even met the woman.
Trump called the case a “con job,” posting on Truth Social that he has “absolutely no idea who this woman is” and that the verdicts is “a continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time.”
The civil verdict, which was overseen by Clinton-appointed judge Lewis Kaplan, is likely to remain tied up in appeal for a significant amount of time, during which Trump won’t have to pay Carroll anything.
Carroll’s secret funding source has been outed as being Democrat billionaire and LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman.