Published: Tue, March 13, 2018
Entertaiment | By Kelly Sanders

Stormy Daniels offers to pay back $130000 for freedom to speak

Stormy Daniels offers to pay back $130000 for freedom to speak

It shows that Daniels received a US$130,000 payment from a company known as Essential Consultants LLC in return for her silence.

Mr Trump has denied having an affair with Ms Clifford.

Her lawyer Michael Avenatti has sent a letter to the US President's lawyer Michael Cohen which says the actress will wire the cash into a bank account of Mr Trump's choice by Friday.

'It has always been about Ms. Clifford being allowed to tell the truth.

The offer comes less than a week after Daniels sued Trump in Los Angeles, arguing the pre-election "hush agreement" was null and void because the president didn't sign it under the pseudonym David Dennison.

Mr Cohen has admitted he personally paid the cashbut has said that neither Mr Trump nor any of his organisations were a part of the transaction.

The payment from Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen, which was tied to a nondisclosure agreement, stopped Clifford from speaking to news outlets about the alleged affair before the election. Stormy Daniels is getting multiple offers of $1 million to break her silence (and contract) on her long-term tryst with Donald Trump.

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The most serious complaint lodged so far against Mr. Trump's campaign is almost identical to charges that failed to win a conviction in federal court against former Sen.

Days after Stormy Daniels' lawyer confirmed that his client had an alleged affair with President Trump (prior to his presidency), Trump has commented on how his wife, Melania, is doing. Given the hints Daniels has already dropped about the type of thing she might release to the American people if unmuzzled, Cohen would be well-advised to hire as many lawyers as possible who are smarter than he is.

Cohen didn't immediately respond to an e-mail seeking comment. The sentiment is also echoed in a "60 Minutes" interview that was recorded, but is unaired.

Almost two weeks ago, Cohen obtained a temporary restraining order against Daniels in private arbitration, where the contract says any disputes about the arrangement must be heard.

White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee-Sanders said last week that "arbitration was won in the President's favour" regarding the case, according to CNN.

"This has never been about the money", Avenatti, told NBC News.

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