The porn actress alleging a sexual affair with President Donald Trump released a composite sketch Tuesday of the man she says threatened her in a Las Vegas parking lot to stay quiet about the relationship.
Well, Stormy was not having that! "With the way 2018 is going, Tom Brady threatening Stormy Daniels wouldn't be unrealistic", Philip Lewis tweeted. I felt dizzy and went into the restroom and one of the instructors followed me to ask if I was ok, and I lied and said my baby had a blowout.
She said that as she walked around her auto, she dropped a toy belonging to her infant daughter who was in vehicle. She is now suing Trump in the hopes of voiding that agreement. Forget the story.' And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, 'That's a attractive little girl.More news: Sparta Police: Blocked Plate Ends with Drug Charges
Lawyer Michael Avenatti is all over TV, but it's rare Stormy Daniels comes out and faces the tough questions herself.
McCain pressed Daniels again, asking why she hadn't gone directly to the police following that incident.
Daniels also revealed the much more personal reason she chose not to report the threat, saying, "At that point, I hadn't yet told my husband [about Trump]".
Daniels said if she had reported the threat at the time, she would have had to reveal the affair and she "didn't want my life to turn upside down". Cohen said that he made the payment out of his own pocket.More news: International Monetary Fund expects India's economy to grow at 7.4% in 2018
Daniels and her attorney then released the sketch of the alleged man.
"It's meant to send the message that this is a very, very serious matter for her, and she wants to make sure that the American people know that she's behind efforts to bring to light as much information and documents as possible", said Avenatti. "Even now, all these years later". Cohen's lawyers did not detail the type of legal work he did for Hannity, who frequently defends Trump and assails the president's critics in a combative manner.
However, his decades spent working for Trump could see him offered a deal by investigators if he agrees to disclose potentially damaging information on his boss. "If he walked in this door right now, I would instantly know".
A judge on Monday announced that Cohen's lawyers will get a chance to review the seized materials and declare what they think should be protected under attorney-client privilege and that Trump's lawyers could similarly weigh in on records relevant to the President.More news: Freebies to ease the tax deadline pain