First, she accused Donald Trump of rape, then she canceled her press conference, and now she’s calling the whole thing off

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump hugs a flag as he arrives to speak to a campaign rally, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, in Tampa, Fla. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

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Lisa Bloom, the lawyer for a woman who would only identify herself as Jane Doe for much of the last year, confirmed on Friday that her client had dropped her lawsuit against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Bloom, daughter of famed attorney Gloria Allred, confirmed the news on Facebook.

“Jane Doe instructed us to dismiss her lawsuit against Trump and Epstein today. Tough week for her. We wish her well,” Bloom wrote.

The news comes just days after she appeared before reporters to announce that her client had canceled a scheduled press conference where she was going to identify herself.

The woman claimed that Donald Trump brutally raped her in the mid-1990s when she was just 13 years old.

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During a brief chat with reporters, Bloom explained that her client feared for her life.

After earlier having a case dismissed against Trump, Jane Doe took the case to federal court.

Trump was scheduled to appear in court sometime in December.

Later in the evening, Bloom posted another status, where she sympathized with the woman’s decision.

“Every woman makes her own choice about what is best for her. Life’s a journey. Most of us get stronger as we get older. I respect women.”

After it was announced that the case had been dropped, the Daily Mail published an interview with a woman who they say was the anonymous accuser. The woman, whose identity was not revealed, reportedly spoke to the Daily Mail prior to her canceled press conference earlier in the week.

“We would have a rapist in the White House,” the woman said of a Trump presidency. “I would feel horrified every single day if I stay in this country.”

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