Billionaire Who Funded E. Jean Carroll’s Lawsuit Against Trump Visited Epstein’s Island

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Democrat billionaire Jeffrey Epstein was met at least twice more by the man who paid for E. Jean Carroll’s lawsuit against Donald Trump, according to records.

Trump was found guilty of “sexually abusing” E Jean Carroll in a department shop changing room nearly three decades ago, and a New York City jury awarded her $5 million in damages.

The former president was also judged accountable for calling Carroll a “liar” and denying ever having even spoken to her.

In a post on Truth Social, Trump referred to the case as a “con job,” saying that he had “absolutely no idea who this woman is” and that the decision was “a continuation of the greatest witch hunt of all time.”

The civil judgment, which was presided over by judge Lewis Kaplan, who was selected by Clinton, is probably going to be stuck in appeal for a very long time, during which time Trump won’t have to pay Carroll anything.

Reid Hoffman, a Democrat billionaire and the creator of LinkedIn, has been revealed to be Carroll’s unnamed source of money.

In 2014, Hoffman visited the notorious Little St. James private island of pedophile and human trafficker Jeffrey Epstein on behalf of Joi Ito, who was then the director of MIT’s Media Lab.

Later that year, according to the Wall Street Journal, Hoffman made arrangements to spend the night at Epstein’s townhouse in Manhattan, where he reportedly met Bill Gates and other globalists for a “breakfast party.”

Hoffman met with Epstein once more at his Palo Alto home the following year, in 2015, along with other influential figures from Silicon Valley.

“It gnaws at me that, by lending my association, I helped his reputation and thus delayed justice for his survivors,” Hoffman said. “While I relied on MIT’s endorsement, ultimately I made the mistake, and I am sorry for my personal misjudgment.”

All of the contacts happened after Epstein was found guilty in 2008 by a Florida state court of obtaining a kid for prostitution and soliciting a prostitute.

Hoffman has acknowledged supporting Carroll’s defamation case against Trump in an effort to undermine Trump’s administration by using his riches.

In light of Tuesday’s ruling in Carroll’s favor, there was one concession that the jury did give Trump, which was not to charge him with rape, as Carroll had accused him of. However, since they did find him liable for sexual abuse and defamation, Trump immediately responded by vowing to appeal.

“We’ll appeal. We got treated very badly by the Clinton-appointed judge,” Trump said. “And [Carroll] is a Clinton person too.”

He added: “I have no idea who this woman is.”

Carroll, 79, claimed that Trump sexually assaulted her in 1996 across from Trump Tower in Manhattan at the Bergdorf Goodman department store. Carroll claims that the two happened to cross paths in the store as Trump was looking for a present for “a girl.” She claimed that before pushing her into a dressing room and assaulting her, he had asked for her opinion and the two had gone shopping together. The claims made by Carroll are false, according to Trump and his legal team. In the former president’s initial response, Carroll was said to have been driven by a desire to sell copies of her book, according to Trump.

Carroll hit Trump with a defamation lawsuit after his denial, alleging that his reaction damaged her reputation.

Carroll filed a complaint, asking for punitive and compensatory damages as well as a declaration that Trump should take back his statement.

Joe Tacopina, Trump’s attorney, had argued to the jury during closing statements on Monday that Carroll’s account is improbable. He affirmed the assertion that she made it up to boost sales of her 2019 memoir and said that she did it in order to criticize Trump on the basis of politics.

“The facts in evidence made plain here that E. Jean Carroll’s story is not worthy of your belief, not even close,” Tacopina said. “Her story – and it’s just that, a story – is not true, she was not raped at Bergdorf Goodman’s. She was not defamed by being called out on making up that story.”


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