Trump accuser Jessica Leeds not the same woman who fought with Trump Organization
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Jessica Leeds, one of the women that accused Donald TrumpDonald TrumpTrump mocks Murkowski, Cheney election chances Race debate grips Congress US reentry to Paris agreement adds momentum to cities' sustainability efforts MORE of sexually assaulting her in the past, is not the same Jessica Leeds that fought the Trump Organization over a property dispute in 2008.

Trump ally Roger Stone tweeted Friday that the Jessica Leeds who accused Trump of groping her had a dispute with Trump's business.


But the two women are different ages and very different in their appearance based on news coverage of the property dispute. 

According to Los Angeles Times, Leeds said that her property bordered "Trump's golf course development, and had been in negotiations with the Trump organization, which was arguing that her fence was actually in Trump's property."

She then said that a construction crew took down the fence while "removing and destroying landscape."

Unlike Jessica Leeds who accused Trump of sexual assault, the woman from 2008 has red curly hair and does not wear glasses. Trump's accuser is also visibly thinner, has different facial features, and is not the same age as the other woman.

The other Jessica Leeds on Wednesday accused Donald Trump of sexually assaulting her in an article published by The New York Times. 

Leeds said that Trump "was like an octopus,” adding that “his hands were everywhere” when he sat next to her on a flight over 30 years ago.

The Republican nominee strongly dismissed the accusations as false, while slamming the Times for attempting to influence the election in Clinton's favor.