Trump Female Victim ‘Concerned’ After Forcing…

by Jessica

E. Jean Carroll, through her lawyers, expressed apprehension in a court filing on Thursday, regarding former President Donald Trump’s capability to amass enough funds to pay the $83.3 million judgment that was awarded to her by a jury in January.

Trump’s legal team had requested the court for a postponement of the payment of the judgment, in hopes that the amount would be reduced or waived off through other court proceedings via The Gateway Pundit.

In response, attorneys representing Carroll filed a “Memorandum of Law in Opposition to Defendant Donald J. Trump’s Motion to Stay Execution of the Judgment Pending Disposition of the Post-Trial Motions” in which they argue that Trump should immediately pay up in full.

“With respect to Trump’s ability to pay … Trump asks the Court to simply trust that he’s very rich — and that posting a bond (or other collateral) would therefore be a waste of money,” the filing said. “There are many reasons why this is wrong.”

“To begin, recent developments give rise to very serious concerns about Trump’s cash position and the feasibility (and ease) of collecting on the judgment in this case,” the document continued.

The attorneys were referencing the $454 million judgment against Trump, 77, in his civil fraud case, an amount that was accruing $112,000 daily in interest while it went unpaid.

Trump on Wednesday told that court that he was finding it “impossible” to obtain a bond for that amount and asked for it to be reduced to $100 million, according to The Hill.

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