President Trump may not be willing to answer questions about obstruction of justice for Special Counsel Robert Mueller, but he'll answer questions about Summer Zervos.
Zervos, a former contestant on The Apprentice, is suing Trump for defamation; she has accused Trump of sexual assault and says he defamed her when he called her a liar. On Friday, Law & Crime reports, attorneys for both Trump and Zervos agreed to provide written answers under oath to move the case forward.
Attorneys for Zervos have issued subpoenas to obtain archival Apprentice footage that will allegedly bolster her claim that Trump groped her in 2007 at the Beverly Hills Hotel. In March, a judge allowed her suit to proceed, despite Trump's lawyers' objections.
Trump's legal team could continue to object to the questions they receive, but they must provide some sort of answer by Sept. 28. Zervos is still pushing to receive more documents to build her case, claiming that the Trump Organization has refused to comply with discovery requests. Both sides will appear in court again next month to discuss evidence. Read more at Law & Crime. Summer Meza