Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Woman Voluntarily Drops Rape Case Against Donald Trump Without Settlement As It Is Discovered She Made The Whole Thing Up

Katie Johnson

One day before the November 8, 2016 U.S. presidential election, a Hillary Clinton supporter, Katie Johnson, dropped her rape lawsuit against Donald Trump, who is now president-elect of the United States. The lawsuit was dropped without any financial settlement or admission of guilt on Trump's part. Johnson retracted her lawsuit. The Daily Mail is stating Johnson made up the whole story.

Donald Trump

Johnson stated Trump raped her at age 13 at the home of convicted pedophile, Jeffrey Epstein. Johnson provided no evidence regarding her claims. The lawsuit was simply filed with no corroborating receipts or evidence of any kind. Most rape victims can show how they met the alleged assailant. Johnson has failed to establish that. Epstein's victims were able to prove how they knew him and ended up in his home and on his private island for debauched, pedophilic sex parties.

Hillary Clinton

Johnson, a crack cocaine addict, who has two convictions for DUI, stated she came to the conclusion Trump was the man who raped her at Epstein's home in 1994, when she saw him recently on "The Apprentice" television show. Trump has constantly been on television many years prior to Johnson's claims. Since the 1990s he has been one of the most famous men in America. It is unclear why her memory was allegedly jarred recently when "The Apprentice" aired, regarding an incident she states occurred in 1994. 

Hillary Clinton concession speech after losing 2016 presidential election

Some are of the belief the Clinton campaign was behind Johsnon's claims. After all, Clinton used the CIA to frame Wikileaks' Julian Assange for rape. Johnson's lawsuit was a political tactic to strip votes from Trump. However, enraged by allegations of rape, Trump began to public threaten he will sue anyone who makes such claims against him.


EXCLUSIVE: Troubled woman with a history of drug use who claimed that she was assaulted by Donald Trump at a Jeffrey Epstein sex party at age 13 MADE IT ALL UP 

On Friday, a lawsuit filed against Donald Trump by 'Katie Johnson' was dramatically dropped
Speculation that the suit was dropped because of threats or a pay-off by Trump went viral
But DailyMail.com has learned that the claims against Trump were fiction. 'Katie Johnson's' shocking allegations first emerged in a lawsuit filed in California in April. She claimed she was lured to a sex party by pedophile Jeffrey Epstein where she was forced into rough role-play sex with presidential candidate.

On Wednesday Johnson suddenly cancelled a press conference at which she was set to reveal herself for the first time. Before that, she told her story to DailyMail.com. Clinton supporters had seized on the story as a possible knock out blow.

Published: 14:53 EST, 7 November 2016 | Updated: 01:26 EST, 8 November 2016 - The woman who alleged that Donald Trump raped her at age 13 at one of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein's notorious 'sex parties' fabricated the story, DailyMail.com has learned exclusively. When the civil suit was initially filed last April, Trump's legal team branded the allegations 'disgusting at the highest level' and a 'hoax' clearly framed to 'solicit media attention or, perhaps... simply politically motivated'. 

Clinton supporters had seized on the story as a possible knock out blow. Then, last Wednesday, Katie Johnson suddenly cancelled a packed press conference at which she was set to reveal herself for the first time, saying she was 'too afraid' following a series of 'threats' against her. 

On Friday, six months after legal papers were filed, the civil lawsuit was dramatically dropped. Katie Johnson's shocking allegations first emerged in a lawsuit filed in California in April this year. She claimed she was raped by Donald Trump when she was a 13-year-old in 1994 - but now she has dramatically dropped the case as DailyMail.com learns that her story was not true.

Social media erupted with claims that the woman had been paid off by Trump or was so terrified by threats to her life from Trump supporters that she was forced to withdraw her claims. But DailyMail.com has learned that the real reason the suit was dropped is because the claims were simply NOT true.
The woman first sued Trump and Jeffrey Epstein under the name Katie Johnson - a name we know not to be her real identity - on April 26 in California federal court and filed an amended complaint in New York federal court in October, claiming she was subject to rape, criminal sexual acts, assault, battery and false imprisonment.

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