P*rn$t4r Stormy Daniels offers to return the ‘$130k she was paid by Trump’ in other to speak freely about their alleged affair
The scandal involving President Donald Trump and popular P*rN star Stormy Daniels has now taken a new twist.
The pornographic film actress who says she had an affair with President Trump, offered on Monday to return the $130,000 she received from Mr. Trump’s personal lawyer in 2016 when she signed the hush agreement not to discuss the alleged relationship.
In a letter, her attorney, Michael Avenatti, says Daniels “will pay $130,000 to President Trump by wire transfer, to an account designated by the president” by this Friday. Trump has never admitted knowledge of the payment to Daniels, which was made by his longtime lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen during the 2016 presidential campaign.
“They should accept this proposal. It’s more than fair,” said Avenatti in an interview with NPR. “She’ll return the money and she’ll be free to speak, and in turn the president can provide his version of events and we can allow the American people to decide who’s telling the truth and who’s not.”
The letter also seeks an agreement that neither Mr. Trump nor the shell company that Mr. Cohen used to pay Ms. Clifford, which he represents as a party to their October 2016 deal, would move to block the broadcast of an interview that Ms. Clifford taped with “60 Minutes” last week.
Meanwhile, Trump through his lawyer and press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has repeatedly denied that there was an affair between the President and Daniels.