Over the past two weeks, 12 women have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of sexual assault.
UPDATE: The accuser canceled her press conference due to death threats.
Each of the women stated they felt compelled to go public with allegations after the Washington Post released footage of Trump boasting about forcing himself on female colleagues in a recorded conversation with Access Hollywood host Billy Bush.
Trump has called the women liars and accused them of conspiring with the Clinton campaign, but as the nation is soon to be reminded, they were not the first to accuse Trump of sexual impropriety.
Back in June of 2016, a woman identified in court documents as Jane Doe filed a civil suit against Trump, alleging that the real estate mogul molested her when she was just 13 years old.
Moments ago, attorney Lisa Bloom of the Los Angeles-based Bloom Firm issued a press release announcing that the plaintiff will come forward to "break her silence today and speak out about her allegations."
A press conference is scheduled to take place at Bloom's office today at 3 pm Pacific Time.
The shocking civil suit against Trump alleges that along with American financier and convicted child molester Jeffrey Epstein, the GOP presidential nominee "sexually and physically abused" the plaintiff "by making her their sex slave."
Bloom and her associates re-filed in a New York court after the case was dismissed in California when a judge determined that the statute of limitations for bringing charges had expired.
Attorneys for the plaintiff maintain that the suit is still valid, as the plaintiff had been denied "freedom of will to institute suit earlier in time," due to being intimidated by threats from Trump.
Epstein - Trump's accomplice in allegedly making the plaintiff a "child sex slave" for four months in 1994 - was convicted of soliciting an underage prostitute in 2008.
Epstein hired famed attorneys Allen Dershowitz and Ken Starr and wound up serving just 13 months behind bars.
Trump spoke about Epstein in glowing terms in a 2002 New York magazine profile:
"He's a lot of fun to be with," Trump told the magazine.
"It is even said that he likes beautiful women as much as I do, and many of them are on the younger side. No doubt about it — Jeffrey enjoys his social life."
Epstein was also an associate of Bill Clinton's prior to his 2006 arrest and subsequent conviction.
Public court documents that appear to be associated with the case identify the plaintiff as Katie Johnson, but the name may be a pseudonym and has not been verified by either the alleged victim or her attorneys.
We will have further updates on this story as more details become available.