The campaign worker who accused prominent conservative leader. Matt Schlapp of cheating on her sued a conservative fundraiser. Tuesday in a statement on Twitter after she came forward with her allegations.
According to the lawsuit filed in the U.S.
District Court for Washington, D.C., Carolyn. Wren, a top 2020 Trump campaign fundraiser. Who was involved in planning the rally at the Ellipse. Before the Jan. 6 riots, tweeted “false and defamatory” statements. About Schlapp’s accusations, according to The Daily Beast. After complaining against.
Wayne claims the employee was “fired from many campaigns for lying. And unethical behavior” and “for being a habitual liar,” according to the lawsuit.
Lawyers for the accused said in the suit. That they had sent a letter urging Ren to take down the statement he had made on Twitter. According to the lawsuit, Wayne “did not remove or retract them. And continued to post the statements.”
Court documents show a letter addressed to Wren dated Jan. 12. Referring to tweets he made about the accused the day before.
The suit seeks more than $500,000 in damages from Wayne.
In a tweet responding to the lawsuit, Wayne called it “pretty absurd.” That the worker would sue for defamation, claiming his employment. Record backs up his previous statements.
todaystrend News has asked Wren for more comment.
The plaintiff accused Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union. When he was a staffer for Herschel Walker when Walker was running for the Georgia Senate. The employee sued Schlapp and his wife Mercedes Schlapp for $9.4 million.
A lawyer for Schlapp denied the allegations.