An attorney for Aaron von Ehlinger, a Republican who resigned late last month, released a letter to the media that included the young woman's real name.
"I told myself I drank too much or I dressed too sexy or my flirting sent the wrong message or I didn't fight back, but none of it justifies what happened to me."
Journalist E. Jean Carroll's attorneys argue that's both "wrong and dangerous."
Pepé Le Pew's scenes were reportedly cut from the film, which stars LeBron James.
"I decided it was time to take matters into my own hands."
Sex workers can be raped, make no mistake about that.
A federal judge has ruled the Department of Justice can’t defend President Donald Trump in a defamation suit brought by E. Jean Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in the 1990s.
If convicted as charged in Los Angeles, he faces up to 140 years to life in state prison.
The Department of Justice is arguing President Donald Trump was “acting within the scope” of the presidency when he called E. Jean Carroll’s rape accusation against him a lie, telling an interviewer, “She’s not my type.”
The DOJ wants to substitute the U.S. government for Trump as the defendant in the suit brought by author E. Jean Carroll, who has accused the president of rape.