Donald Trump has agreed with a court order to turn over both his calendars and journal entries going from November of 2007 to February of 2008 as part of the defamation lawsuit from an “Apprentice” contestant who accused him of sexual assaulting her.
Washington Post reported that the court order in New York forces the Trump Organization to give up the president’s calendars, as well as to meet with attorneys for Summer Zervos to talk about “the production of [Trump’s] phone records.”
Lawyers for two sides will speak with the court on a telephone conference next week.
The time frame that was set out in that court order includes December of 2007, which is when Zervos was forcibly kissed and groped by Trump at the Beverly Hills Hotel located in Los Angeles.
Zervos filed her defamation lawsuit against Donald Trump shortly before his flop of an inauguration, saying that he defamed her by saying that she fabricated her claims. Zervos was one of over a dozen women who shared their truth during the 2016 campaign that Trump sexually assaulted them.
The constantly lying president has denied his victims’ truths, and said that the women whom he attacked are all “liars”, which is highly ironic.
Jennifer G. Schecter, a New York Supreme Court Justice, ruled late last week that although Trump must provide evidence which relates to Zervos’s claims, Trump does not have to produce any documents related to his alleged attacks on other women.
Zervos’s lawyers have sought to depose Donald Trump in the case, and the president’s legal team has attempted unsuccessfully on several occasions to get the case dismissed.