A lawsuit filed against President Trump by a former campaign staff member, claiming that he had "forcibly kissed her" in 2016, had been sent to a federal court in Florida.
Alva Johnson, 43, Trump's director of external relations in Alabama and Florida, said the current candidate had squeezed his lips at one of his rallies in Tampa, Florida, on June 24. August 2016.
"I immediately felt raped because I did not expect it or if I did not want to," she told the Washington Post in February when she had complained. "I can still see his lips coming straight to my face."
Johnson said that she turned her head to avoid the woodcock that lands on her cheek instead.
Witnesses, including Pam Bondi, Attorney General of Florida, said the incident never happened.
Johnson, who is African-American, has also made allegations of wage discrimination in his file.
Judge William Jung on Friday dismissed Johnson's lawsuit, saying it contained unnecessary information, including details of 19 more allegations of sexual misconduct by Trump over the last 40 years, and hinting that He had been deposed to mark political points.
"As stated currently, the complaint presents a political trial, not a tort and pay," writes Jung in the order. "If the plaintiff wishes to make a political statement or make a claim for political purposes, it's not the forum."
Jung gave Johnson 30 days to file a new complaint.