Stormy Daniels physically threatened, her lawyer says

Pauline Gross
March 17, 2018

Ex porn star Stormy Daniels was threatened with physical violence amid the effort to cover up her alleged affair with Donald Trump, her lawyer said on Friday morning.

Though Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, has admitted to paying Daniels $130,000 to stay quiet, Trump denies that they had a sexual relationship.

We learned yesterday that Avenatti had teased new lawsuits from different women who had stories similar to Daniels, but today in an interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe, Avenatti revealed that she was physically threatened to remain silent about the affair. "People will have to tune into 60 Minutes on March 25".

Daniels argues that the agreement was created to keep her mum about the alleged 2006 affair.

White House officials have tried to deflect questions about the alleged affair, pointing to previous denials by the Trump campaign.

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Stormy Daniels' estranged father, Bill Gregory, told Inside Edition he will be tuning in, adding that he's concerned for his daughter's safety, and he's anxious about Trump supporters going after her.

"I believe Mr. Avenatti's actions and behavior has been both reckless and imprudent as it opens Ms. Clifford to substantial monetary liability, which I intend to pursue", Cohen said to the Washington Post earlier this month.

Brzezinski asked. "Yes", Avenatti said. He would not comment on whether the threats came from anyone tied to the president, the Trump campaign or the Trump Organization. There is no proof that Trump knew about or approved the payment. She reported that she needs funds to pay for attorneys' fees; out-of-pocket costs associated with the lawsuit, arbitration, and my right to speak openly, security expenses, and damages that may be awarded against her if she speaks out and ultimately lose to the President and Cohen. Clifford claims the pact is invalid because Mr. Trump didn't provide his signature in a 2016 hush agreement.

The attorney added that two of the women who have approached him claim to have confidentiality agreements.

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