Tara Reade, the alleged sexual abuse victim of Joe Biden, took legal action against the Department of Justice, filing a tort complaint through her London-based attorney, Jonathan Levy.
Accuser Stands Strong On Her Alligations
Tara Reade, the woman who accused President Biden of sexually assaulting her in 1993, filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the US Department of Justice seeking $10 million in damages for invasion of privacy, emotional distress, and a violation of state and federal constitutional rights.
In 1992-1993, Reade worked as a staff assistant for then-Senator Biden, an employment that she claims ended with sexual harassment and assault by Biden. According to the document, she reported this to the Congressional personnel office and confided in her mother and a friend.
The tort claim, filed by attorney Dr. Jonathon Levy, accuses the FBI of subjecting Reade to an ongoing FBI operation called “Operation Cassandra” which the plaintiff claims was created to eliminate her as a threat to Joe Biden by means of stalking, retaliation, discrediting, and intimidation.
Reade claims that in 2019, the FBI initiated Operation Cassandra against her, aiming to surveil, intimidate, and potentially falsely arrest her. The FBI allegedly used media connections to defame her as a “Russian agent” based on an unrelated blog post and personal grievances from others.
According to the claim, this operation involved surveillance, seizure of property, harassment, intimidation, coercion, and invasion of privacy.
These actions, Reade asserted, were unconstitutional and tortious, leading to severe emotional distress, anxiety, death threats, and even forcing her to seek asylum in a third-world country due to credible fear for her life and liberty.
In 2020, Joe Biden has denied the sexual assault allegation by Tara Reade. Watch the video here
Tara Reade responded to Biden’s denial:
Reade names several individuals in her filing, including FBI Director Christopher Wray, Supervisory Senior Resident Agent Andrew D. Forristel, Special Agent Michael Catalano, and other unnamed agents of the FBI and DOJ.
In a 60-minute interview in 2020, Reade explains how it was to work with Biden during his time in the Senate.
The people listed in the tort claim are accused of authorizing, directing, and actively participating in the alleged unlawful activities.