Melania Trump sues Daily Mail and US blogger for $150m over sex worker claims
Melania Trump is suing a British newspaper and blogger of the United States for 150 M $ (£ 114m) over allegations that it was a sex worker in the 1990s, and her lawyer says.
The Daily Mail suggested Ms. Trump may accompany worked part-time in New York,
the pair met Donald Trump, who is now running for the White House, earlier than previously reported.
The “outright lie” claims,
said attorney Charles harder.
Both the blogger and the Daily Mail has declined since their articles.
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“These defendants made several statements about Ms. Trump, which is 100% false and very damaging to the personal and professional reputation,” Mr. toughest he said in a statement.
“The defendants actions” are pretty awful, malicious and harmful
Melania Trump sues Daily Mail and US blogger for $150m
The document states that Melania Trump
is asking the court to rule against all the defendants “in the amount of more than seventy-five thousand dollars ($ 75,000) in compensatory and punitive damages.”
There was no explanation for this contradiction.
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Ms. Trump was born (46 years) in Slovenia and moved to the United States to work as a model in the 1990s. Mr. Trump married in 2005.
which was published in the Slovenian magazine that Susie modeling agency and Ms. Trump to work also serves as a escort agency, and indicate the court documents.
The paper also quoted the journalist Slovenian Bojan Pozar, author of the biography of unauthorized, who claimed that Ms. Trump posed for nude photos in New York in 1995,
and allegedly met with Mr. Trump in that year,
the three years of the first meeting before reported in 1998 .
According to her lawyer, she moved to the United States in 1996.
Mr. Tarpley allegedly at the same time that Ms. Trump was “reportedly obsessed with the fear of disclosure of salacious by wealthy clients of her time as high-end escort,” and he had been for
“a complete nervous breakdown.”
Decline in the Daily Mail newspaper, which was published late on Thursday,
and insisted that he did not propose the claims the sex of the real work, but said that even if false,
they can affect the presidential campaign in the United States.
In July, Ms. Trump was involved in a dispute over plagiarism,
after her speech at the Republican convention. Matching lines almost word for word the ones thrown by first lady Michelle Obama at the Democrats’ convention in 2008