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Trump faces new setback as E. Jean Carroll seeks more damages over CNN insults

E. Jean Carroll, who recently secured a $5 million damages award from former President Donald J. Trump, is now pushing for additional financial compensation in response to Trump’s derogatory remarks on a CNN program just one day after the verdict.

Carroll aims to amplify the financial repercussions for Trump through a filing submitted to the Manhattan federal court on Monday. The civil jury had found Trump liable for sexual abuse and defamation on May 9, ordering him to pay Carroll $2 million for sexual abuse and $3 million for defamation.

The latest filing is part of a separate defamation lawsuit initiated by Carroll in 2019 against Trump, overseen by the same judge who presided over the civil trial. Stemming from Trump’s comments in the same year, when Carroll accused him of raping her in a Manhattan department store dressing room in the mid-1990s, the older case had been delayed due to appeals but remains pending.

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