Posted by Curt on 5 September, 2019 at 2:39 pm. 2 comments already!



Alva Johnson, the former Trump campaign aide who accused President Donald Trump of forcibly kissing her during a campaign stop in 2016, dropped her lawsuit on Wednesday, weeks after video emerged casting doubt on her allegations.

Johnson, 44, sued Trump and the campaign on Feb. 25 for gender and race pay discrimination, as well as battery. She alleged that during a visit to Florida on Aug. 24, 2016, Trump grabbed her forcefully and kissed her against her will.

Judge William Jung dismissed Johnson’s case on June 14, saying that it was a “political lawsuit” rather than a “tort and wages” lawsuit. Jung said that Johnson could amend her complaint if she wanted, but Johnson decided on Wednesday not to proceed with the case.

In the suit, Johnson claimed that Trump treated her like a “sexual object that he felt entitled to humiliate and dominate.”

Johnson alleged that during their encounter, Trump “tightened his grip” on her, getting so close that “she could feel the breath on her skin.” She also said that Trump tried to kiss her on the mouth, but that she turned her head to avoid it.

“Defendant Trump kissed her anyway, and the kiss landed on the corner of her mouth,” Johnson alleged.

But Trump’s lawyers released a video of the incident on July 11 that undercut some of Johnson’s story.

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