Stormy Daniels Sues Donald Trump, Claiming “Hush Agreement” Is Invalid
Porn star Stormy Daniels apparently wants to share all the details about the sexual relationship she says she had with Donald Trump from 2006 to 2007, and now she’s suing the philandering game show host turned disgraceful United States President in order to discuss their affair publicly.
According to Daniels, Trump never signed the nondisclosure agreement that his lawyer set up with her just prior to the 2016 election (which subsequently led to that $130,000 payment to Daniels), and because he didn’t sign, the agreement to remain quiet about their affair is null and void. Presumably, this would also mean that Daniels would have to give back the $130,000, but that’s obviously not mentioned in her civil suit, which was filed today in Los Angeles Superior Court.
The complaint includes several details about the 2016 hush agreement, which refers to Trump as “David Dennison,” and Daniels (whose real name is Stephanie Clifford) as “Peggy Peterson.” In part of the agreement, the true identity of David Dennison (a.k.a. “DD”) is blacked out, but Daniels’ attorney says the individual is Trump. Each document of the hush agreement includes a blank space where “DD” is supposed to sign, but neither of them is signed.
If Daniels’ suit is successful, she’ll be able to start talking, which will no doubt earn her a lot of money from media outlets, book publishers, and anyone else willing to pay for details about her sexual relationship with Trump. Here’s the full complaint: