Trump Rape Accuser Withdraws Claim


A woman identifying herself as “Katie Johnson” has reportedly now withdrawn her lawsuit wherein she claimed she was raped by Donald Trump in 1994 when she was 13 years old.

Trump had adamantly denied her claims from the very beginning, saying the allegations were “disgusting at the highest level”.  


“Katie Johnson” (left) and her attorney Lisa Bloom.

Johnson suddenly cancelled a press conference on Wednesday, where she was supposed to reveal her true identity for the first time.

Daily Mail reported on Friday that they spoke with Johnson and confirmed she has dropped the civil lawsuit she had filed against Trump.

Johnson had admitted that in 1994 she had no idea who her alleged attacker was, and it was only when she watched The Apprentice that she came to believe it was Donald Trump.

The Daily Mail reported that Johnson is a former real estate worker now on disability welfare due to a recent spinal surgery.   She also has two DUIs, a history of drug abuse and a felony drug possession on her record.

Johnson had filed her original lawsuit in a California court on April 26, saying she was raped in New York City by Donald Trump and Jeffrey Epstein when she was 13 years old, in 1994.

Jeffrey Epstein

Jeffrey Epstein

(Epstein is a Palm Beach billionaire and now a convicted pedophile, who has a long friendship with Bill Clinton.  It is documented that Clinton took 26 trips with Epstein on his personal jet, the “Lolita Express.”)

The California lawsuit was thrown out, and in June Johnson filed another lawsuit in a Manhattan, NY court.   In October the case surfaced again, when she was suddenly represented by a new attorney, and most recently she was represented by attorney Lisa Bloom.

Johnson had claimed that she was not offered any compensation to make her allegations, and that her only motivation was to stop Donald Trump from becoming president.   “We would have a rapist in the White House – I would feel horrified every single day if I stay in this country,” she said dramatically.

Johnson told the Daily Mail that she was from Oklahoma, but her parents separated when she was eight and her mother took her to Washington State.  According to her story, her mother’s new man was physically and verbally abusive, so she moved back to Oklahoma to live with her father.

Johnson claimed that when she was 13, she took a Greyhound bus to New York City to pursue her dream of becoming a model.  There she said she met a woman on bench at a bus terminal named Tiffany who told her about parties and said she could introduce her to people to get her into modeling.

Johnson alleged that Tiffany took her to a mansion owned by Epstein, and said that’s where she claimed she was abused by Trump and Epstein, before returning home to Oklahoma on the bus.

"Katie Johnson" (right) with her sister, in her early teens.

“Katie Johnson” (right) with her sister, in her early teens.

Even more ludicrous is her claim that she returned to New York City alone for repeat sessions three additional times that same summer at Tiffany’s request.  All while only 13 years old.

The Daily Mail said a woman who identified herself as “Tiffany Doe” spoke to them on the phone to back up Johnson’s story, saying she was a “trusted employee” of Epstein’s, but refused to reveal her true identity.

The Daily Mail said it is true that Epstein had parties had his residence in Manhattan, and it is true that he is now a known pedophile.   But Johnson had no proof to back up her story, and certainly no proof that she had ever met Trump.




"Katie Johnson" has dropped her lawsuit against Trump, having no proof to back up her claims.

“Katie Johnson” has dropped her lawsuit against Trump, having no proof to back up her claims.


Jeffrey Epstein's New York City townhouse.

Jeffrey Epstein’s New York City townhouse.

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