Summer Zervos Biography
Summer Zervos is from Huntington Beach, California. The star of television reality is the owner of Sunny’s family restaurant. In addition, he has also appeared on the reality show “The Apprentice (US season 5)”, co-presented by Donald Trump. However, she was fired by Trump in the first episode of this show due to her stupidity.
BREAKING: Apprentice contestant Summer Zervos tells court she has documents — calendar entries, old emails, correspondence with Fox News, etc. — corroborating her story of being sexually assaulted by Donald Trump https://t.co/VFMgjNzulV
— Eriq Gardner (@eriqgardner) October 24, 2019
Summer Zervos Age
She was born on May 9, 1972, and she is 47 years old.
A former “Apprentice” contestant who accused Trump of sexually assaulting her in 2007 says she has evidence backing up her allegations https://t.co/hkbMTuEoUW
— CNN (@CNN) October 25, 2019
Summer Zervos Early Life
Summer Zervos was born in Huntington Beach, California, but did not know his birthday. His family went through a financial crisis in the lady’s childhood. She did not take formal education due to the financial crisis. But she became a successful businesswoman by her own effort.
Summer Zervos Education
As per her education, she is a high school graduate. She never attended any college to get a professional bachelor’s degree.
Summer Zervos Family
During his adolescence, his family has faced financial problems. However, she always admires her father and praises him for his work ethic. Later, due to her hard work, she owns the Sunny Family Restaurant in Huntington Beach, CA. She also has a brother named “John Barry (cousin brother)”. According to John, his sister is accusing Trump only for money and fame. He has also appeared on the MSNBC News channel giving his interview about it.
Summer Zervos, the former contestant on The Apprentice, says in a court filing that the Trump Organization’s own records “strongly corroborate” her sexual assault accusations and belie the president’s denials. https://t.co/vK0evw6rCR
— ABC News (@ABC) October 24, 2019
Zervos summer Career
Summer Zervos is notable in the entertainment world for appearing on the reality show “The Apprentice” presented by President Donald Trump. He entered the restaurant business to be financially free. Zervos is the owner of the Sunny restaurant in Huntington Beach.
Donald Trump Sexual Misconduct Allegations
Summer Zervos was a contestant on the fifth season of The Apprentice, which was filmed in 2005 and aired in 2006. Subsequently, he contacted Trump in 2007, about a job after the end of the program, and invited her to meet him at The Beverly Hills Hotel. Zervos has said Trump was sexually suggestive during his meeting, kissing her with his mouth open, rubbing her breasts and pushing her genitals over her. He has also said that his behavior was aggressive and not consensual. Zervos is being represented by attorney Gloria Allred.
John Barry, his cousin and Trump supporter, said Zervos talked with his family and friends about Trump, promoted his candidacy and declared how Trump had helped her in her life. Barry said that during the presidential primary campaign, Zervos invited Trump to his restaurant, and he rejected it. In October 2016, Trump’s presidential campaign launched an email from Zervos, sent to Trump’s secretary in April 2016, in which he declared: “I would be very grateful to reconnect at this time. He will know that my intentions are genuine. . ” Zervos said he intended to confront Trump and give him the “opportunity to clean the air.” He said that on April 21, he sent another email to Trump’s assistant, who asked to be sent to Trump, in which he declared: “I have been incredibly hurt by our previous interaction.”
‘Apprentice’ contestant Summer Zervos says that she has documents supporting claims that Trump attacked her in a hotel room in 2007, THR reports. Zervos told a court about calendar entries, old emails, correspondence with Fox News, and a polygraph test. https://t.co/wXyFWQtdTM
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) October 24, 2019
On January 17, 2017, Zervos filed a libel suit against Trump, derived from his statement that she had lied about the charges. Marc Kasowitz is defending Trump in the case. Zervos has submitted a subpoena for “all documents related to any woman who claims that Donald J. Trump touched her inappropriately.” On March 21, 2018, a judge of the New York Supreme Court decided to allow a libel suit against the President. On June 4, 2018, the Manhattan Supreme Court judge, Jennifer Schecter, ruled that Trump must be deposed before January 31, 2019. Beginning September 9, 2018, Trump will provide written responses under oath in the defamation claim. On March 14, 2019, a New York appeals court rejected President Trump’s argument that the Constitution makes him immune to state lawsuits, clearing the way for a libel suit.