While the mainstream media has focused on the dozen sexual assault claims directed at Donald Trump, they've remained mostly silent about a disturbing lawsuit filed against the Republican nominee. Regardless of who wins the presidential election next Tuesday, Trump will head to court next month on charges of raping a 13-year-old girl.

Trump charges

Known as "Jane Doe" in the lawsuit, the woman who has accused Trump of raping her in the summer of 1994 has since been identified as Katie Johnson. Johnson claims that she was barely a teenager that summer when she appeared at a house party for convicted pedophile Jefferey Epstein.

In the lawsuit and affidavits, Johnson described being sexually assaulted and raped by the two men on at least four different occasions, while also being struck in the face and threatened with her life if she ever broke her silence. As reported by Raw Story on November 1, an alleged eye witness to the incident now says there was another underage victim.

Known as "Tiffany Doe," the witness claims she worked for Epstein for 12 years, starting in 1990 until she left in 2002.

The woman notes that she would be hired by Epstein to bring young girls to his parties, and claims she saw Trump rape the defendant over 20 years ago. The new tidbit to come from the case is that "Tiffany Doe" makes mention of an even younger girl that Trump allegedly raped.

"I personally witnessed Defendant Trump telling the Plaintiff that she shouldn't ever say anything if she didn't want to disappear like the 12-year-old female Maria," "Tiffany Doe" claims, while also pointing out that Trump said "he was capable of having her whole family killed." "Tiffany Doe" alleges that she saw Trump force the defendant and the 12-year-old "Maria" to perform various sexual acts, including oral sex before abusing them in other ways.

Trump's legal team continues to deny any wrongdoing, and will make their way to court for a status conference on December 16.

Moving forward

According to the latest Real Clear Politics rolling average, Trump is trailing Hillary Clinton on a national level, but has cut into her lead to bring the margin down to just over four points. The former host of "The Apprentice" continues to struggle in swing states and in early voting numbers, leading most pollsters to predict a strong win for the former Secretary of State next Tuesday.

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