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A 13-year-old girl was raped by Trump.

A lawsuit was filed in 2016 which claimed that Trump had raped a 13 year old. The lawsuit was dropped later and no evidence was put forth before that.

A lawsuit was filed in 2016 which claimed that Trump had raped a 13 year old. The lawsuit was dropped later and no evidence was put forth before that.A lawsuit was filed in 2016, where a woman accused Trump of rape. She said that while she was exploring a modeling career in 1994, and was 13 at the time, she attended a series of parties at the Manhattan home of prominent investor Jeffrey Epstein. She alleges that during those parties, Trump had sexually assaulted her. She also claimed Epstein raped her during that series of gatherings. She also alleged that Trump threatened her and her family with physical harm if she told anyone. The woman dropped the lawsuit in November 2016. Two days earlier, she was to appear at a news conference, but it was abruptly canceled. Her attorney, Lisa Bloom, said the woman had received threats and was too frightened to appear.

A lawyer for Trump called the lawsuit at the time "a complete fabrication." Trump denied the allegations and labeled it as false, framed to solicit media attention, and politically motivated. Furthermore, no evidence was put forth before the case was dropped.

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