Presidential nominee Donald Trump will be going to court in December for allegedly raping a child, a story that has been vastly ignored by the media because it doesn't involve Hillary Clinton's emails.

Attorney Lisa Bloom announced that the woman who sued Trump will be speaking out for the first time today, November 2nd.

The statement reads:

More than four months ago a woman using the pseudonym 'Jane Doe' sued Donald Trump for a series of sexual assaults that she alleges occurred at parties in New York in 1994," the firm wrote in a press release Wednesday, "Jane Doe was just thirteen years old at the time. Her operative amended federal court complaint is available here. The mainstream media has failed to cover the story... Jane Doe will break her silence today and speak out about her allegations.


Bloom, who is representing Trump's victims and crowdfunding the cost, is hosting a press conference at her firm's office, as polls in the presidential race tighten day by day.

In the Huffington Post, Bloom described the nature of the case, contextualizing it within Trump's history of misogyny and assaults.

Jane Doe says that as a 13-year-old, she was enticed to attend parties at the home of Jeffrey Epstein with the promise of money modeling jobs. Mr. Epstein is a notorious “billionaire pedophile” who is now a Level 3 registered sex offender — the most dangerous kind, “a threat to public safety” — after being convicted of misconduct with another underage girl.

Jane Doe says that Mr. Trump “initiated sexual contact” with her on four occasions in 1994. Since she was thirteen at the time, consent is not an issue. If Mr. Trump had any type of sexual contact with her in 1994, it was a crime.


We will be hearing from Doe today.

Read the full complaint here. This is an accusation that should not be ignored.