Porn Actress Stormy Daniels Claims Hush Agreement With Donald Trump Is Void

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The porn actress that is at the center of Donald Trump's latest controversy is suing the U.S. President. Stormy Daniels claims she has no reason to remain silent.

Null And Void

Adult film star Daniels whose real name is Stephanie Clifford filed a civil suit against Trump on Tuesday, March 6. Clifford claims the nondisclosure agreement she signed to allegedly keep quiet about her affair with Trump is invalid as he never actually signed it.

The actress's lawyer shared the details of the suit on Twitter. It states that she and Trump engaged in a consensual sexual affair that began at a golf tournament in July 2006, shortly after his wife, Melania, gave birth to their son, Barron.

It reportedly lasted for months into the following year. Karen McDougal, the 1998 Playboy Playmate of the year, also claimed she had a sexual encounter with Trump at that same event.

As Trump allegedly never signed the NDA, Clifford's suit argues that it's null and void. The agreement was signed by Michael Cohen, Trump's lawyer, on behalf of his client around 11 days before the 2016 presidential election, coinciding with the now infamous Access Hollywood tape.

Perfect Timing

"As a result of Ms. Clifford's efforts aimed at publicly disclosing her story and her communications with various media outlets, Ms. Clifford's plans came to the attention of Mr. Trump and his campaign, including Mr. Michael Cohen," alleges the lawsuit.

The suit, filed in state Superior Court in L.A., refers to the "Hush Agreement" that the porn star signed, which allegedly ensured Trump's win in the presidential race against Hillary Clinton. The now President of the United States was reportedly referred to only as "David Dennison" or "DD" in the agreement.

Clifford also accuses both Trump and Cohen of deliberately hiding the true source of funds used to pay her off via the creation of a limited liability company. She is suing the company, Essential Consultants LLC, as part of the lawsuit.

Just last month, Cohen admitted to paying Clifford $130,000 of his own money back in 2016. The funds were reportedly paid into the account of Clifford's attorney.

Her suit alleges that Cohen was still making attempts to silence her as recently as Feb. 27. Both he and the White House have consistently denied any affair that took place between Clifford and President Trump.

The lawsuit aims to both prove the affair and nullify the deal as the adult actress claims the NDA is not valid due to the fact that it was not signed by Trump himself. It came as a result of Cohen secretly filing arbitration to reinforce it.

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