In the final month of the election, Donald Trump was accused of sexual assault by 12 different women. Now with just days until he is sworn into office, Trump is facing a new lawsuit from one of his accusers.

Trump lawsuit

In the beginning of October, the now in famous leaked Access Hollywood tape was released, and revealed the private sexual thoughts of Donald Trump about a married woman. Trump's comments were caught on a hot mic while speaking to former Access Hollywood host Billy Bush. In the aftermath, the aforementioned allegations came on a weekly basis leading up to Election Day, with the billionaire real estate mogul predictably denying any wrongdoing.

As reported by The Hill on January 17, one of the women is now taking legal action against the president-elect.

According to noted lawyer Gloria Allred, a press conference will take place in Los Angeles, California on Tuesday, where the lawsuit will officially be announced. Allred released a statement that read, "One of the accusers of Mr. Trump who alleged that he had engaged in sexually inappropriate conduct with her will hold a news conference today."

As part of his denial, Donald Trump had threatened to sue his accusers for making the allegations, though nothing ever came of the threat.

In addition, Trump was part of another sexual assault lawsuit that claimed he, along with convicted pedophile Jeffery Epstein, rapped a then 13-year-old girl on multiple occasions in the summer of 1994. The case was going to be heard in a New York Court this past December, before the accuser, known only as Jane Doe, dropped the lawsuit after allegedly receiving death threats.

Even with the backlash against him, the former host of "The Apprentice" was able to weather the storm and win the election over Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

Moving forward

As of press time, Donald Trump, his transition team, and his legal team have yet to respond to the latest lawsuit. Despite the claims against him, Trump will become the next President of the United States on Inauguration Day, and head into the White House with allegations of sexual misconduct hanging over his presidency.