Porn Star Stormy Daniels Says Trump’s ‘Hush Agreement’ Is Invalid Because He Never Signed

Porn star Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, alleging that he never signed a “hush agreement” that said she would not to talk about her “intimate” relationship with Trump.

According to Daniels’ lawsuit filed in Los Angeles, only Daniels and Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen signed the nondisclosure agreement on Oct.28, 2017.

NBC News notes the “hush agreement’ refers to Trump as David Dennison, and Clifford as Peggy Peterson. A side letter agreement reveals the names as Clifford and Trump.

The side letter and the “hush agreement’ include a blank where “DD” was supposed to sign, but neither is signed.

Daniels wants the Los Angeles County Superior Court to declare the “hush agreement” and the side agreement “were never formed, and therefore do not exist, because, among other things, Mr. Trump never signed the agreements.”

The lawsuit claims the porn star and Trump had a relationship from summer 2006 “well into the year 2007.”

The “hush agreement” said that $130,000 would be paid into the trust account of Daniel’s then-attorney, and  Daniels wouldn’t reveal to anything confidential about Trump or his sexual partners to anyone beyond a short list of people she had already told.

Daniels’ lawsuit claims Cohen has tried to keep Daniels from talking about her alleged sexual relationship with Trump as recently as Feb. 27, 2018.

The White House did not comment; Trump has never talked publicly about the alleged relationship.

Cohen has admitted making the $130,000 payment to Daniels, but has repeatedly declined to say what the massive payment was for.

(Source: NBC News, Photo Credit: Stormy Daniels)

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