A New York jury has ruled that former President Donald Trump must compensate E. Jean Carroll with $83.3 million.

The verdict was based on Trump's public labeling of Carroll as dishonest after allegations of sexual assault against him

The jury awarded Carroll $65 million in punitive damages, $11 million for reputational harm, and an additional $7.3 million.

The filing of an appeal against the decision made by Trump is something that is anticipated to take place.

The verdict was not surprising as Judge Lewis Kaplan determined that Trump had committed defamation against Carroll.

A great sense of astonishment has been expressed by Trump's 2024 campaign, and they intend to file an appeal against the verdict.

Carroll, a columnist, filed a lawsuit against Trump in 2019, claiming his remarks damaged her credibility and led to offensive messages on her social media platforms.

 Trump's attorney, Alina Habba, argued that Trump should not be directly held responsible for the damages.