Just a few excerpts from Wikipedia because someone asked:

Carroll’s “Ask E. Jean” column appeared in Elle from 1993 until 2020. Widely read, it was acclaimed for Carroll’s opinions on sex, her insistence that women should “never-never” structure their lives around men

Carroll was fired from Elle in February 2020; she wrote on Twitter that she was dismissed “because Trump ridiculed my reputation, laughed at my looks, & dragged me through the mud.”[22] Elle maintained that the decision to fire Carroll was a business decision unrelated to Trump.[18]

On April 13, 2023, Carroll disclosed that part of her legal expenses were funded by Reid Hoffman, a co-founder of LinkedIn, venture capitalist, and donor to the Democratic Party.

Pagliery, Jose (April 14, 2023). “LinkedIn Founder Is Secretly Funding E. Jean Carroll’s Lawsuit Against Trump”. The Daily Beast. Reid Hoffman, the billionaire behind LinkedIn who’s now a megadonor to Democrats, has been quietly bankrolling E. Jean Carroll’s rape case against former President Donald Trump, according to court records filed Thursday.

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