Debra Messing shared a tweet citing a lawsuit in which a woman accused Trump of raping her when she was 13-years-old. Hollywood actor Debra Messing has labeled President Donald Trump a rapist and a pedophile on Twitter , reposting allegations claiming the same. A vocal critic of the President, the actor retweeted a post by a Democrat Jon Cooper who accused Trump of raping and sexually assaulting minor children. Jon Cooper was referring to a lawsuit filed against Donald Trump by a reported victim. The woman accused Trump and financier Jeffrey Epstein of rape, sexual misconduct, abuse, and undue emotional duress. According to the lawsuit, the woman was then a 13-year-old aspiring model, and was violently raped by Trump in Epstein's residence in the summer of 1994. The victim in her lawsuit alleged that she was "was enticed by promises of money and a modeling career to attend a series of parties, with other similarly situated minor females" at Epstein's Manhattan residence. The Will & Grace star, Debra Messing, posted the hashtags #TrumpIsARapist and #TrumpisaPedo along with the Twitter posts. The then 13-year-old victim, who went by the name Jane Doe in the lawsuit, also narrated Trump’s well documented sexual fascination surrounding his daughter Ivanka and said he was very aware she was only 13 at the time. "Donald Trump had specifically asked for me because I reminded him of his daughter and said, 'Well, she's 13 as well.'" She then added that Trump had "taken a liking to me because I looked like his daughter." Messing, who has more than 653,000 followers on Twitter, is known to frequently criticize Trump. She backed Hillary Clinton in the 2016 elections. She taunted Susan Sarandon for refusing to back Hillary Clinton during a crucial juncture. Sarandon had backed Bernie Sanders against Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primaries but didn't back Clinton against Trump. "The idea that Susan Sarandon would say that not supporting Hillary in a Hillary/Trump race is a legitimate choice for Democrats is insane," she tweeted. Trump has a long history of being accused of sexual misconduct with at least 43 women coming forward with allegations against him, including assault, and rape, according to the Independent . Trump's Presidential campaign in 2016 was thrown into jeopardy after an Access Hollywood tape showed Trump making derogatory comments about women. "I’m automatically attracted to beautiful — I just start kissing them. When you’re a star, they let you do it. You can do anything. Grab ’em by the p*ssy. You can do anything," Trump can be heard saying in the tape to host Billy Bush. Writer Jean Carroll recently sued Donald Trump for defamation after he branded her a liar for saying that he had raped her at a New York City department store. Carroll revealed earlier this year that Trump had sexually assaulted her in the mid-1990s when they ran into each other at a Bergdorf Goodman department store. The President had dismissed her claims and called her a liar, just as he has done with the countless sexual misconduct allegations leveled against him. Hollywood has never hesitated to call out the President. Robert De Niro, Cher, and Bette Midler are some of the vocal critics of the President. Singer-actor Cher recently delivered a stark warning to Americans, urging them not to re-elect Donald Trump. The singer claimed that Trump's return to the White House would be the end of democracy in the United States. "If Trump wins it’s the end of democracy and the start of Trump autocracy. He’ll Have COMPLETE Control," she tweeted . Actor Sharon Stone labeled Trump a killer and held him responsible for the deaths in America on account of coronavirus. Though the actor didn't take Donald Trump by name, she was referring to the president while addressing the mess in the country. “Please vote. And please, whatever you do, don’t vote for a killer.” Image Source: Left: HENDERSON, NEVADA - SEPTEMBER 13, 2020: U.S. President Donald Trump(Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images); Right: BEVERLY HILLS, CA - OCTOBER 19, 2018: Actress Debra Messing (Photo by Gregg DeGuire/Getty Images)
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