The woman who has repeatedly accused Donald Trump for allegedly raping her in the 1990s has once again dropped a lawsuit against the Republican presidential nominee.
Identified only as “Jane Doe,” the woman filed a lawsuit in April that was dismissed for technical reasons. She then followed with a second suit in June that was withdrawn in September before getting refiled later the same month.
While the woman’s first suit claimed that Trump and Epstein held her as a “sex slave,” the second and third versions only accuse him of a single instance of rape. Each time, Trump has thoroughly denied her claims.
The supposed victim stated that she was 13 years old when Trump, along with sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, raped her in 1994. She was scheduled to hold a press conference on Friday to make her claims public for the first time, but canceled it after allegedly receiving threats.
Attorney Thomas Meagher filed a Notice of Voluntary Dismissal on Friday on behalf of the woman without providing any further details.