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Porn star Stormy Daniels has released her version of her alleged affair with Trump

Porn star Stormy Daniels has released her version of her alleged affair with Trump

US porn star Stormy Daniels aired her version of her alleged 2006 affair with Donald Trump in a documentary first aired on Monday, an affair that will lead the former president to a criminal trial in New York in April.

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The movie “Storm” on the Peacock streaming platform (NBC Universal Group) tells the story of Stephanie Clifford for almost two hours, thanks to a collection of interviews and archival footage.

This former stripper and porn actress, who goes by the pseudonym Stormy Daniels, Mr. She became a celebrity because of the legal and political consequences of a brief relationship with Trump.

The latter refuses.

“When I met Trump (in 2006), he told me he never wanted to be president,” Ms. Clifford says in parts of the documentary, directed by Sarah Gibson and produced by Erin Lee Carr. Britney Spears.

“But then Trump won the Republican nomination” for the 2016 presidential election and “that shit really started,” breathes this woman born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 45 years ago.

“All I had to do was sign a piece of paper to keep quiet,” he continued in an Oct. 27, 2016 image of the document ordering the transfer of $130,000. Shortly before the presidential election in which Republican Donald Trump won against Democrat Hillary Clinton.

After years of criminal investigation and Donald Trump's historic indictment in March 2023, a New York judge on Friday postponed his trial, which had been set to begin on March 25, in the hidden money case.

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Mr. Trump's ex-lawyer has pleaded not guilty through Michael. Cohen.

According to New York prosecutors and Stormy Daniels, in the summer of 2006 he had to remain silent about a consensual sexual relationship he had with a man who would be in the White House ten years later and was already married to Melania Trump.

The case, which erupted in 2018, has seen Donald Trump charged with 34 counts of fraud and the most serious charges carry a maximum sentence of four years in prison.