A woman who accused Republican presidential nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump: McConnell 'helpless' to stop Biden from packing court Romney on NRSC awarding Trump: Not 'my preference' McConnell sidesteps Trump calling him 'dumb son of a b----' MORE of raping her when she was 13 called off a press conference at which she planned to speak out after receiving threats, her attorney said.


The unidentified accuser, known as Jane Doe, was set to make a public statement for the first time about the accusations Wednesday afternoon alongside lawyer Lisa Bloom.

But Bloom said the woman changed her mind in light of numerous threats.

"Jane Doe has received numerous threats today, as have all the Trump accusers that I have represented," Bloom told reporters.
"She is living in fear. She has decided that she is too afraid to show her face. She's been here all day ready to do it. But unfortunately she is in terrible fear."
The woman filed a lawsuit over the summer that alleges that Trump and Jeffrey Epstein raped and sexually abused her at a series of parties in 1994, when she was 13. Epstein is a New York financier who pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution from a young girl in 2008.
Trump has vehemently denied the allegations.