FLASHBACK: Trump Accuser Was Paid $500,000 TO LIE FOR HILLARY


As sexual harassment charges against major media figures and politicians soar, some are trying to tie the recent wave of scandal to President Trump, bringing up past accusations. It should be noted that one of the prominent accusers had her motives questioned, after it was revealed she was paid to tell her story.


During last fall’s presidential campaign, Summer Zervos the ex-“Apprentice” contestant who claimed Donald Trump sexually assaulted her, was paid $500,000 by lawyer Gloria Allred to tell her story.

Allred is a Hillary Clinton collaborator and DNC associate, and according to an anonymous source who spoke to GotNews, this deal was reportedly shopped around to other ex-Apprentice contestants.

Truthfeed.com reported that GotNews’ source said Zervos’ sexual harassment accusation against Trump is a “completely fabricated hoax.” Zervos was paid half a million dollars by Gloria Allred, which is being paid out “slowly over time” according to our source.

Zervos was a big league Trump supporter who converted her whole family to the Trump Train until she met Gloria Allred, as was reported before. Money talks! GotNews’ anonymous source tells us that Zervos’ family is aware of the transaction and angry about it, and did not want to be caught up in the controversy.

In the year since the Zervos allegation surfaced, Allred has made a pretty good living representing women who have made sexual harassment and assault claims against notable figures. While many of those claims by women against some men were certainly true and verifiable, Allred has been accused of exploiting and even exaggerating some claims for publicity and big-sum settlements.

President Trump denied all claims of sexual harassment and assault.

 

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