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A $100m (£68.5m) rape claim made against Donald Trump has been dropped because the claimant filed the wrong form, it has been reported. The woman, known as "Katie Johnson", claimed she was just 13 at the time she, and another minor, were forced to perform sexual acts him.

The Republican frontrunner has vehemently denied the allegations made by the woman, who is now 34. The legal papers claimed Trump was guilty of "sexual abuse under threat of harm" between June and September 1994.

She sought the damages from the 69-year-old and is also suing American financier and Jeffrey Epstein whom she says supplied her as a sex slave. On 29 April, a judge recommended "Katie" should pay her own legal fees.

She then filed the lawsuit using forms for meant to be for civil rights cases in California, which allow financial relief for legal costs, as she has only $300 to her name, reported RadarOnline.

"Plaintiff has not alleged any race-based or class-based animus against her, and consequently, her ... allegations fail to state a claim upon which relief may be granted," the judge wrote. "As a result, the case will now not go ahead."

According to the papers the billionaire property mogul even screamed at the two schoolgirls for their poor sexual performance. 'Katie' alleged: "After zipping up his pants, defendant Trump physically pushed both minors away while angrily berating them for the 'poor' quality of their sexual performance."

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The other alleged victim, has been named as 'Maria Doe' and was said to be 12-years-old at the time. Johnson also claimed she was "tied to a bed" and raped by Trump. He allegedly went beserk after being asked to wear a condom by the girl and responded violently "striking" her in the face.

Trump said: "The allegations are not only categorically false, but disgusting at the highest level and clearly framed to solicit media attention or, perhaps, are simply politically motivated," he said. "There is absolutely no merit to these allegations. Period."

Epstein was once a close friend of the Duke of York and has previously pleaded guilty to two charges of soliciting a minor for prostitution and soliciting prostitution. He served 13 months after being sentenced in 2008.

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