What Happened To All The Women Who Accused Trump of Sexual Assault?

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It was only October when 15 different women came out and accused Donald Trump of sexual assault, yet today, these women have been all but forgotten. But what happened to them?

15 Trump Accusers

Unsurprisingly, like others in the long string of Trump-related scandals, the assault scandal was the biggest story in the world for a news cycle, but it disappeared the next day.

Now, the media is focusing on half-a-dozen other scandals, but they seem to have totally dropped any mention of the 15 women. So where are they now?

Well, some of them have continued to talk about their alleged experiences with Trump, while others have not really spoken out since October.

So far, none of the women have filed suit against Trump, and Trump has not filed suit against them.

Here are some of them:

Jessica Drake

Being a former porn star, Jessica Drake is still around and talking sex to her half-a-million Twitter followers.

But regarding her sexual assault allegation, she hasn't said too much.

She has made some vague statements on Twitter, like this one: "let's review: just because someone has sex for money ON CAMERA OR OFF doesn't mean they can't be raped or sexually assaulted."

In terms of direct things Drake has said publicly regarding Trump, there's not too much, except this:

Kristin Anderson

Kristin Anderson has remained quiet publicly about Trump.

She is currently a photographer in California, and she continues to do that work. She appears to have been doing portraits for FedEx recently. Earlier in 2016, she said that she didn't support either Clinton or Trump.

Jessica Leeds

Jessica Leeds was one of the first women to come out with allegations against Trump. She was a staple on TV during October, and had talked about starting a foundation for abuse victims.

She was viciously threatened by Trump followers on Twitter. She has since mostly remained quiet about her allegations.

Cathy Heller

Cathy Heller continues to fight Trump. In fact, she plans to reserve a train car to Washington D.C. -- with dozens of supporters -- for the inauguration. She will be protesting in the "Women's March on Washington," according to The Huffington Post.

Heller told the publication "the issue is much bigger than his misogyny and assault of women. I think it's a very scary time for anyone who breathes or who values our democracy."

Summer Zervos

Summer Zervos, the former Apprentice contestant, spoke out immediately following the election.

According to People, she said, "Mr. Trump stated that after the election he would file lawsuits against me and the other accusers he sexually assaulted...[I've been] threatened, bullied and saw my business targeted."

Temple Taggart

Temple Taggart spoke to CNN after the election, saying: "Regardless, it's still disappointing to think that Mr.

Trump lacks enough humility and decency to simply come clean and admit his part in all of this rather than attempt to conceal the truth and silence his accusers by threatening a lawsuit."

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