Katie Johnson, the woman, alleging to have been brutally raped, assaulted, and threatened by Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump and his longtime friend Jeffrey Epstein when she was thirteen years old, was supposed to come forward today but the conference was called off due to numerous death threats.
Johnson initially had filed the lawsuit against Trump in April under Jane Doe, but the case was thrown out due to a technical error in paperwork. Johnson then got a lawyer and refiled in July also claiming to have a witness to corroborate the story.
Jane Doe has received numerous threats today,” Bloom told waiting media, according to Politico.
“She has decided she is too afraid to show her face … She is in terrible fear.”
Doe claims she was 13 years old when the presidential candidate raped her at a party thrown by disgraced New York businessman Jeffrey Epstein.
Trump has vehemently denied the allegations.