E. Jean Carroll Wiki
E Jean Carrol (Elizabeth Jean Carroll) is an American journalist and advice columnist. In her forthcoming book ‘What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal’ she accuses President Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in the mid-1990s.
In next week’s cover story, E. Jean Carroll shares for the first time her violent encounter with Donald Trump. The coatdress she was wearing that day has hung in her closet ever since; she wore it again for the first time for her portrait with New York https://t.co/yPaLsRoVcH pic.twitter.com/Tx2HAzt1mi
— New York Magazine (@NYMag) June 21, 2019
E. Jean Carroll Education
Carroll is a graduate of Indiana University where she was a cheerleader and was crowned Miss Indiana University.
E. Jean Carroll Miss Chair Leader Award
She won the Miss Cheerleader USA title in 1964 representing Indiana University.
In an official White House statement denying E. Jean Carroll’s claim that Donald Trump raped her, the president says “I’ve never met this person in my life.”
Here’s a photo of them together. pic.twitter.com/1ROaiiPykw
— Angus Johnston (@studentactivism) June 21, 2019
E. Jean Carroll Career
She began writing the “Ask E. Jean” column in September 1993. The column was turned into a TV show for America’s Talking, NBC’s pre-cursor to MSNBC, between 1994 and 1996. Carroll’s work has been featured in Esquire, Playboy and Outside.
E. Jean Carroll Age
She was born on December 12, 1943, in Detroit, Michigan, United States. E. Jean Carroll is 75 years old writer.
E. Jean Carroll Parents
She was Born Tom Carroll and Betty Carroll in Dec 19434.
E. Jean Carroll Family
Carroll was a Jewish by birth in a Jewish family.
E. Jean Carroll Nationality
She is of American nationality.
E. Jean Carroll Allegation Sexual Misconduct on Donald Trump
— Molly Jong-Fast (@MollyJongFast) June 22, 2019
E Jean Carroll, now 75, whose advice column has appeared in Elle for the past 26 years, alleges she was sexually assaulted by Trump in her new book What Do We Need Men For? A Modest Proposal.
She said: ‘It became a fight. And it hurt. And it was against my will.’
Trump allegedly shoved Carroll against a wall, unzipped his pants and forcibly penetrated her in an attack she claims lasted three minutes.
Wow. The White House issues a statement from President Trump denying writer E. Jean Carroll’s claim that he assaulted her in a dressing room at Bergdorf Goodman 20 years ago. “I’ve never met this person in my life. She is trying to sell a new book…”https://t.co/z2pFp8X9Ni pic.twitter.com/iNu6SGDq7G
— Kaitlan Collins (@kaitlancollins) June 21, 2019
The White House responded to Carroll’s allegations by stating: ‘This is a completely false and unrealistic story surfacing 25 years after allegedly taking place and was created simply to make the President look bad.’
A heated Trump later expounded on this statement with his own remarks on Friday afternoon.
‘I’ve never met this person in my life. She is trying to sell a new book—that should indicate her motivation. It should be sold in the fiction section,’ said Trump.
‘Shame on those who make up false stories of assault to try to get publicity for themselves, or sell a book, or carry out a political agenda.’
He went on to note the lack of evidence, specifically that there were no eyewitnesses or video footage of the alleged assault.
He added: ‘Ms. Carroll & New York Magazine: No pictures? No surveillance? No video? No reports? No sales attendants around?? I would like to thank Bergdorf Goodman for confirming they have no video footage of any such incident because it never happened.’
Trump closed out with a request.
‘If anyone has information that the Democratic Party is working with Ms. Carroll or New York Magazine, please notify us as soon as possible,’ he said.
‘The world should know what’s really going on. It is a disgrace and people should pay dearly for such false accusations.’
The New York Magazine excerpt included a photo showing Trump and Carroll together.
Donald Trump also says, “I’ve never met this person in my life.”
For what it’s worth, here is a picture of Donald Trump talking with E. Jean Carroll in 1987, about a decade before the alleged attack. pic.twitter.com/KZTXgtQdPn
— Maddow Blog (@MaddowBlog) June 22, 2019
E. Jean Carroll Twitter
The most dangerous woman is a woman who has nothing to lose. The most dangerous man is the man who has EVERYTHING to lose.
— E. Jean Carroll (@ejeancarroll) February 16, 2016
E. Jean Carroll Instagram
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- E. Jean Carroll Allegations on Trumps for sexual abuse in her book
- She claims in her new book, that she was raped by Donald Trump in a dressing room
- ‘I’ve never met this person in my life. She is trying to sell a new book—that should indicate her motivation. It should be sold in the fiction section,’ said Trump
- The incident allegedly occurred in the fall of 1995 or spring of 1996, and Carroll still has the coat dress Carroll claims to have worn that day
- She claims Trump asked her for help with a gift and then allegedly lunged at her in a dressing room before forcibly penetrating her
- The White House called Carroll’s allegations ‘a completely false and unrealistic story’ meant to make Trump look bad
- She is 16th women who accused sexual misconduct from trump