Stormy Daniels says she is 'done being bullied'


Social media is seeing a resemblance between New England Patriots football star Tom Brady and the sketch adult film star Stormy Daniel released on "The View" Tuesday of the man she says threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged affair with President Donald Trump.

The development also comes at a grave moment for a key figure in the Daniels saga - Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. Cohen's lawyers did not detail the type of legal work he did for Hannity, who frequently defends Trump and assails the president's critics in a combative manner.

Despite this, Daniels believes the sketch to be accurate and insists that she still remembers what the man looks like, in part because of how good looking he was.

Trump has denied the affair and recently told reporters on Air Force One that he did not know about the agreement or the source of the money. Daniels said the encounter happened after she had agreed to give a magazine her story about the alleged affair with Donald Trump. Forget the story.' And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, 'That's a attractive little girl.

McCain pressed Daniels again, asking why she hadn't gone directly to the police following that incident.

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, described the threat to Anderson Cooper during the 60 Minutes interview.

"I was rattled", she added.

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Daniels didn't offer evidence that the approach she detailed had taken place. But she said the attention has come at a steep price, including having to hire body guards and a tutor for her daughter. "Forget the story, '" she said. When asked about how accurate or valuable a 7-year-old memory could be, Avenatti said that Gibson had worked on cases with even greater time differences. "I didn't want my life turned upside down".

While others drew a connection with Michael C. Hall, of "Dexter" fame.

During a live appearance on ABC's The View, Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti said the duo is offering a $100,000 reward for information about the man.

She told "The View", "I didn't tell my husband at the time, I was embarrassed. I didn't want him to think I was a bad mom or that I put our daughter in danger'".

Why talk now, especially as Trump's team claims that she faces up to $20 million in damages for violating the confidentiality agreement? Cohen's lawyers, meanwhile, sought a temporary restraining order to prevent investigators from reviewing the material and requested that a third party special master decide what investigators can see.

After Daniels first alleged she was threatened, a lawyer for Cohen demanded that Daniels publicly apologize to his client for suggesting Cohen was involved in her intimidation.