There’s nothing sketchy about it.
The lawyer for the porn star who claims she had sex with President Trump unveiled a sketch Tuesday on ABC’s “The View” of the man who they claim threatened the X-rated actress to stay quiet about the alleged affair.
Stormy Daniels claims a man approached her in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011 and warned her to “leave Mr. Trump alone.”
NEW: On @TheView, Stormy Daniels and lawyer release composite sketch of person she says threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged affair with Donald Trump. https://t.co/lEpff3uN2lpic.twitter.com/PbvtI7eRso
— ABC News (@ABC) April 17, 2018
Daniels said she was stunned when the unidentified man looked at her infant daughter and threatened her.
“I remember him saying, ‘that's a beautiful little girl, it would be a shame if something happened to her mom,’” Daniels said Tuesday. “‘Forget about this story, leave Mr. Trump alone.’ Then he turned and walked away. I said his face is burned in my memory.”
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The black and white sketch shows an unsmiling man wearing a hoodie.
“I wasn’t even that scared at that moment because it was just so shocking,” she added. “I was like, wait, that didn't go like I thought it was going to.”
Daniels added that she thought the man was “kind of handsome.”
Daniels, who claims to have had an affair with Trump in 2006, signed a nondisclosure agreement in the days ahead of the 2016 election.
Longtime Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, whose office, home and hotel room were raided by the FBI last week, has admitted to paying Daniels $130,000.
Daniels and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, have filed a lawsuit against Cohen and Trump over denials of the affair and accusing Cohen of defaming the adult firm actress.
Avenatti and Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, argue that the NDA is invalid because Trump never signed it.
Avenatti has been promising to release the sketch for weeks, but kept it under wraps until Tuesday following the Cohen raids.
Daniels made an appearance at Manhattan Federal Court on Monday, where the buxom blond stumbled in her high heels as she was swarmed by press.
“Mr. Cohen has acted like he is above the law,” Daniels said Monday outside the courthouse. “He has considered himself and openly referred to himself as Mr. Trump's fixer.
“He has never thought that the little man, or especially women, and even more, women like me, mattered. That ends now,” she added.
Asked on “The View” why she was speaking out even though it could lead to penalties based on the NDA, Daniels said she was tired of being bullied.
“Because I'm tired of being threatened and intimidating me and trying to say that you'll ruin my life and take my, you know, all my money and my house and whatever,” she said. “I’m sorry, I’m done. I’m done being bullied. Done.”
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