The sparkly gold dress Stormy Daniels wore during her wild romp with now-President Donald Trump still exists and probably still hangs in her closet according to the adult film star's friend, Alana Evans. She believes that Stormy kept that particular article of clothing from the 2006 encounter as a "keepsake" or "actual proof" that the whole thing really did happen. Watch the video below and go inside the first explosive interview with Stormy Daniels!

Alana told CNN, "All I know is that Stormy still has the dress that she wore from that night… I can only speculate the things that may be on that dress, especially if it's never been washed." That wasn't the only bombshell Alana dropped either — she said President Trump wanted her in on the action that night too!

Alana explained, "Stormy calls me four or five times, by the last two phone calls she's with Donald and I can hear him, and he's talking through the phone to me saying, 'Oh come on Alana, let's have some fun! Let's have some fun!'" Although Alana never went to the hotel room, she did apologize the next day for missing out and confirmed that is when Stormy said Trump was chasing her around in his "tighty-whities."

stormy daniels donald trump dress
MySpace

Alana is speaking out after Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, denied her and Stormy's claims on behalf of President Trump. She said that it has damaged her 20-year career in the porn industry. "Because of his words, Stormy and I are continued to be called liars even after the man admitted he actually did pay her off," she told The Daily Beast. "We work very hard in our industry to show the world that we’re credible people. The industry is filled with strong, intelligent women like us."

She continued, "To have worked so hard to be such a solid person in the business and have one person strip it away from you because they're lying to protect the president… It's terrible." Stormy filed her own, separate lawsuit on Monday — following her appearance 60 Minutes — in LA that accused Cohen of subjecting her to, "hatred, contempt, ridicule, and shame."