She's the hero we don't deserve. Stormy Daniels is reportedly going to donate the $130,000 she received in hush money to planned parenthood in Donald Trump and his attorney Michael Cohen's names — if (fingers crossed) she wins her case against the POTUS. In her upcoming interview with Penthouse magazine, Stormy (real name: Stephanie Cliffords) reportedly makes the pledge, along with sharing some new NSFW details she left out of her explosive interview with In Touch.

"I don't have shame. You can't bully me," Stormy said, according to The Daily Beast, who got a sneak peek at the cover, which hits newsstands on May 8. The magazine goes on to call Stormy the "Penthouse Pet of the Century" and will feature a new nude shoot of the 39-year-old beauty.

"We are really excited to have Stormy back on the cover of the magazine,” said Penthouse CEO Kelly Holland. “She was a Penthouse Pet back in 2007, so we have a history with Stormy, and she has a good relationship with us.” We can't wait to read it!

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So, why did Stormy pick Planned Parenthood, and not, let's say, a shark charity? The former Apprentice host has been very outspoken against the reproductive health non-profit — and earlier this year, he revoked Planned Parenthood protections implemented by Barack Obama to prevent states from defunding the organization. During a debate in 2016, Trump defended PP, but sided with Republicans when it came to funding.

"Millions of millions of women — cervical cancer, breast cancer — are helped by Planned Parenthood," he said at the time. "I would defund it because I'm pro-life, but millions of women are helped by Planned Parenthood." Planned Parenthood's president Cecile Richards quickly slammed the politician's remarks, saying, "There would absolutely be no benefit to having Donald Trump as president of the United States for women," she told CNN. "The danger of a Donald Trump presidency is he would actually end access to health care for millions."

Now, only time will tell if Stormy is able to write that check. In the meantime, if you would like to donate, click here.