Stormy Daniels sues Trump, says agreement invalid because he never signed

Stormy Daniels sues Trump, says agreement invalid because he never signed

Porn star Stormy Daniels sued Trump on Tuesday over a nondisclosure agreement meant to hide their alleged affair.

The complaint alleges Daniels had an intimate relationship with Trump between 2006 and 2007.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles claiming the agreement is invalid and she is free to publicly discuss her relationship with Trump.

Daniels at one time denied receiving $130,000 in hush money; her lawyer called that a "false statement" during his NBC interview, and said his client had been forced to sign the non-disclosure agreement.

Avenatti said Daniels wasn't looking to profit from her story. "What I do know is, she wants the public to know the truth".

Now things are about to get even nastier after Daniels has revealed to the Daily Mail that Trump failed to properly initial and sign the non-disclosure agreement and his lawyer attempted a bogus arbitration agreement with Daniels in 2018 to stop her from talking.

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"Put simply, considerable steps have been taken by Mr. Cohen in the last week to silence Ms. Clifford through the use of an improper and procedurally defective arbitration proceeding hidden from public view", according to the complaint.

Cohen has said he paid the porn actress $130,000 out of his own pocket as part of the agreement.

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"Mr. Trump purposely did not sign the agreement so he could later, if need be, publicly disavow any knowledge of the Hush Agreement and Ms. Clifford", the lawsuit alleges.

But Trump never signed it, providing the basis for Avenatti's attempt to have it thrown out and release Daniels from her obligations.

In the suit, Daniels claims she began an affair with Trump in the summer of 2006, around the time First Lady Melania Trump gave birth her only child with the president, son Barron.

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"CBS This Morning" reached out to the White House, the Trump organization, and Mr. Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, for comment on the suit, but have not received a response.

According to the Wall Street Journal, that payment was made in October 2016, the same month as the nondisclosure agreement.

"Ms. Clifford was referred to by the alias "Peggy Peterson" or 'PP.' Mr. Trump, on the other hand, was referred to by the alias 'David Dennison, ' or 'DD, '" the lawsuit states. When asked if she still had this evidence to back up her claims, Avenatti answered carefully. "Did she have a sexual relationship with the president?"

Years later, during Trump's presidential campaign, he and his attorney Michael Cohen "aggressively sought to silence" Daniels, allegedly to ensure Trump was elected president. In return, Clifford was not to disclose any confidential information about Trump.

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