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Porn Star Stormy Daniels Sues Donald Trump Over ‘Hush Agreement’

Porn Star Stormy Daniels

Donald Trump is being sued by way of a former porn star who claims a non-disclosure agreement barring her from discussing an alleged sexual encounter is void as they did not sign it.

Stormy Daniels, real name Stephanie Cliffords, has claimed inside lawsuit that she wanted to go public with information on their relationship in the weeks prior to the election, but was “silenced” to make certain Mr Trump won the race.

The lawsuit also claims that the US president was alert to the “hush money” agreement and the funds were that will influence the outcome of the 2016 election.

Daniels is alleged to have experienced an affair with Mr Trump in 2006, just months after his wife Melania gave birth to their son Barron.

The former porn star’s lawsuit, filed in a very Los Angeles court, attaches a replica in the alleged agreement between Daniels and Mr Trump, making the document public the very first time.

It is the term for Mr Trump as David Dennison and Daniels as Peggy Peterson, but an attachment details their true identities.

In her lawsuit, the 38-year-old claims Mr Trump and Michael Cohen, his long-term personal lawyer, “aggressively sought to silence [her] in hard work to stop her telling the truth, thus helping to make sure [Mr Trump] won the presidential election”.

“To be clear, the tries to intimidate Ms Clifford into silence and ‘shut her up’ as a way to ‘protect Mr Trump’ continue unabated,” the lawsuit said.

Last month Mr Cohen admitted paying the ex-porn star $130,000 (£95,000) before the election but refused to say exactly what the money was for or whether Mr Trump was conscious of the payment.

He made the admission after complaints how the payment may be classed being an undisclosed election campaign contribution.

In response, Mr Cohen said: “Neither the Trump Organisation nor the Trump campaign was obviously a party on the transaction with Ms Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for your payment, either directly or indirectly.”

“The payment to Ms Clifford was lawful, and was not a campaign contribution or possibly a campaign expenditure by anyone,” he added.

Mr Cohen has previously said the US president “vehemently denies” the sexual encounter occurred.

Following reports in the alleged non-disclosure agreement in US media, a statement denying the affair has also been released carrying Daniels’ signature.

But in their lawsuit, Daniels claims Mr Cohen forced her to sign the statement “through intimidation and coercive tactics”.

Daniels’s attorney, Michael Avenatti, told the Washington Post: “A Supreme Court Justice once declared that ‘sunlight is the foremost disinfectant.’ And we fully anticipate bringing just as much sunlight to this matter as is possible. Let the chips fall where they may.”

Mr Cohen and also the White House haven’t yet answered requests for comment.

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