E. Jean Carroll, who this month received $5 million in damages from former President Donald J. Trump, is now looking for a “very substantial” further quantity in response to his insults on a CNN program only a day after she received her sexual abuse and defamation case.

Ms. Carroll’s submitting Monday in Manhattan federal courtroom seeks to accentuate the monetary ache for Mr. Trump. The jury in her civil case discovered him liable on Could 9 for sexual abuse and defamation. It ordered him to pay Ms. Carroll, a former recommendation columnist and fixture in Manhattan’s media circles, $2 million for the sexual abuse and $3 million for the defamation.

Monday’s submitting got here in a separate defamation lawsuit that Ms. Carroll had filed in 2019 towards Mr. Trump, 76, which is earlier than the identical choose who presided within the civil trial however had been sidetracked by appeals. The older case stemmed from feedback Mr. Trump made that 12 months, shortly after she mentioned that he had raped her in a Manhattan division retailer dressing room within the mid-Nineties. That lawsuit continues to be pending.

On Could 10, Mr. Trump, who’s looking for to regain the presidency, went on CNN and echoed his earlier denials in regards to the episode, calling her account “pretend” and a “made-up story.” Regardless of {a photograph} displaying them collectively, he claimed once more that he had by no means met Ms. Carroll, 79, referred to as her a “wack job” and mentioned the current civil trial was “a rigged deal.”

The courtroom submitting on Monday argues Mr. Trump’s defamatory statements following the decision “present the depth of his malice towards Carroll, since it’s onerous to think about defamatory conduct that might presumably be extra motivated by hatred, unwell will or spite.”

“This conduct helps a really substantial punitive damages award in Carroll’s favor each to punish Trump, to discourage him from partaking in additional defamation, and to discourage others from doing the identical,” the submitting says.

Mr. Trump continues to struggle the jury’s choice. After the decision, his lawyer Joseph Tacopina filed a discover of enchantment.

Ms. Carroll’s lawyer, Roberta A. Kaplan, mentioned in a quick interview Monday that Mr. Trump’s statements on CNN, “actually the day after the decision,” made it all of the extra essential for Ms. Carroll to pursue the pending defamation lawsuit.

“It makes a mockery of the jury verdict and our justice system if he can simply carry on repeating the identical defamatory statements again and again,” Ms. Kaplan mentioned.