A $1 million fee stands in the way of porn actress Stormy Daniels divulging more details about her 2006 affair with President Donald Trump. But several people are offering to cover the hefty cost if she decides to go against the NDA she previously signed, barring her from speaking about her intimate interactions with the reality star-turned-politician.
In a recent interview with CNN, Stormy’s attorney, Michael Avenatti, claimed that "at least 10 individuals in the last three days alone" have made offers to pay the $1 million fee, although he went on to say that his client is currently not taking any offers into consideration. Avenatti’s comments come just days after Trump, 71, won a temporary restraining order against Stormy, according to court docs — making it legally impossible for the adult film star, 38, to speak about what went down between them more than a decade ago.
Stormy first revealed details of her affair with Trump in an exclusive on-the-record interview with In Touch back in 2011, before the NDA was signed. In 2016, months before Trump won the presidential race against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, his lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Stormy $130,000 out of his own pocket to buy her silence. Last week, Stormy (real name: Stephanie Clifford) sued Trump, alleging that he never signed the NDA himself, therefore making it invalid and leaving her free to discuss their relationship as she pleases.
However, it wasn’t long before Trump obtained the restraining order against Stormy, who told In Touch that she hooked up with the ex-Celebrity Apprentice host just one year after he tied the knot with now-First Lady Melania Trump. (For the full transcript of Stormy’s interview with In Touch about her affair with Donald, click here.) The president has previously denied Stormy’s allegations.