Debunked Trump Accuser Subpoenas Campaign for Documents on ANY Other Allegations

Debunked Trump Accuser Summer Zervos Wants Back in the News–

Last year after Donald Trump won the Republican primary several women came forward and accused Trump of sexual abuse.

One accuser Summer Zervos, who was a contestant on ‘The Apprentice,’ claimed in October 2016 that Trump sexually harassed her.

But, as it turns out, it was Zervos who continued to stay in contact with Trump.

Via the Donald Trump Facebook page:

And then her cousin spoke out and totally debunked her credibility.

John Barry, cousin of Summer Zervos, refuted her Friday accusations with Gloria Allred. John told Judge Jeanine that she was unhappy that Trump would not visit her restaurant. John added that his cousin likes to sue people.

But Zervos still wants her payday.
The Trump accuser has subpoenaed the Trump campaign for ANY information on ANY woman who has alleged Donald Trump touched her inappropriately.
The Hill reported:

A woman who has accused President Trump of groping her in 2007 is subpoenaing his campaign for any documents on “any woman alleging that Donald J. Trump touched her inappropriately,” BuzzFeed News reported Sunday.

The woman, Summer Zervos, is a former contestant on Trump’s reality show, “The Apprentice.”

Her subpoena requests “all documents concerning any accusations that were made during Donald J. Trump’s election campaign for president, that he subjected any woman to unwanted sexual touching and/or sexually inappropriate behavior.”

The subpoena was filed in March but not available on the court record until last month, BuzzFeed reported.

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