Donald Trump Posts $91.6 Million Bond to Appeal Defamation Case Verdict

Former President Donald Trump has posted a $91.6 million bond as part of his appeal against a defamation judgment in the case brought by writer E. Jean Carroll. Carroll, who has accused Trump of raping her in the 1990s, was awarded $83.3 million in January after a jury found that Trump had defamed her. Trump’s bond payment comes ahead of an approaching deadline and is part of the legal proceedings that require him to secure 110% of the award’s value while he appeals the verdict.

  • Donald Trump has posted a $91.6 million bond in the defamation case brought by E. Jean Carroll.
  • The bond is 110% of the $83.3 million awarded to Carroll by a jury in January.
  • Trump’s bond payment was made ahead of a deadline on Monday, allowing him to appeal the verdict.
  • The bond will be held by the court and will either be returned to Trump if he wins the appeal or given to Carroll if he loses.
  • Trump faces another financial deadline in a separate civil fraud case where he was ordered to pay over $400 million.
  • A request by Trump to secure the appeal in the fraud case with a $100 million bond was denied by a judge.

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