The first version of the suit contains the sworn affidavit of a woman using the synonym Tiffany Doe, who claims to be the associate who recruited Jane for the parties. Tiffany claims to have witnessed four sexual encounters between Jane and Trump that summer, including the alleged rape.

“I personally witnessed Mr. Trump physically threaten the life and well-being of the Plaintiff if she ever revealed any details of the physical and sexual abuse suffered by her at the hands of Mr. Trump,” she adds in the affidavit. Revelist was unable to contact Tiffany.

The refiled suit, obtained by Revelist, contains an affidavit from an additional witness, dated July 23. The witness, who goes by Joan Doe, claims to have been a classmate of Jane’s in the 1994-95 school year, when Jane allegedly told her about the “sexual contact” between herself, Trump and Epstein that summer. No additional detail is provided.

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The refiled suit also contains additional justification for the suit, including charges of child sex trafficking and coercion or enticement of a minor into prostitution. The damages sought remain the same, at $75,000.

Doe also added another attorney as co-counsel in this version of the suit. Accompanying lead attorney Thomas Francis Meagher is the newly-added J. Cheney Mason, of Winter Park, Florida. Mason is a criminal defense and divorce attorney best known for serving as co-counsel to Casey Anthony’s defense team in 2011. He has written widely on criminal defense, often in cases of domestic abuse.

Mason did not return Revelist's request for comment.

While the refiled suit contains several notable additions, Doe's lawyers did not need to refile the suit in order to make these changes. Meagher declined to comment on the record as to the reason for refiling.

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