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Donald Trump Faces Sex-Bombogenesis; Porn Star Stormy Daniels Suing

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Porn star Stormy Daniels, aka Stephanie Clifford, is suing Donald Trump over an agreement covering up their affair. (Photo: Stormy Daniels)

Donald Trump’s latest sex scandal is about to turn into a sex-bombogenesis. Stormy Daniels, the porn star who was paid $130,000 to keep her mouth shut is suing because he never signed the nondisclosure agreement that kept their affair secret during the 2016 election campaign.

The civil suit was filed today (Mar. 6) in Los Angeles Superior Court, and revealed in a Tweet by Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti.

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Donald Trump had a 2006 affair with porn star Stormy Daniels and is still cheating on his wife, author Michael Wolff asserts. (Photo: Stormy Daniels/MySpace)

Ironically, Trump is vulnerable to a lawsuit, even though he is president, because of a landmark Supreme Court ruling Clinton v. Jones, 520 U.S. 681 (1997).

Paula Jones, a former Arkansas state employee, filed the suit charging Bill Clinton with sexual harassment. At the time, Clinton was president. The case was financed by conservative, right-wing anti-Clinton groups.

The Supreme Court court ruled that a sitting President of the United States has no immunity from civil litigation for acts done before taking office and unrelated to the office.

That clears the way for Daniels’ case to go forward. Trump was not in office during the affair, or when the agreement was signed.

Significantly, court papers confirm that Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, and Trump had an “intimate relationship” that began in the summer of 2006 and continued “well into the year 2007.”

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Stormy Daniels tell-all interview was published in January, even though it’s from 2011. (Photo: InTouch)

The met for sex in Lake Tahoe, a California resort popularized in the “Godfather” movies, and at the Beverly Hills Hotel, in Los Angeles, the court papers assert.

Trump was married to First Lady Melania Trump at the time, who had just given birth to their son.

Equally troubling, the suit charges that “attempts to intimidate Ms. Clifford into silence and ‘shut her up’ in order to ‘protect Mr. Trump’ continue unabated.”

The latest incident occurred last month “on or about February 27, 2018,” the suit states.

Mr. Trump’s attorney Mr. Cohen surreptitiously initiated a bogus arbitration proceeding against Ms. Clifford in Los Angeles.”

“[I]t strains credulity to conclude that Mr. Cohen is acting on his own accord and without the express approval and knowledge of his client Mr. Trump,” court papers assert.

Daniels’ suit charges that her non-disclosure agreement, for which she was paid $130,000, is invalid because Trump never signed it. Only she and Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen are signatories, according to NBC News, which viewed the court papers.

As part of the agreement, the $130,000 was paid into a trust account set up by her attorney. In return, Clifford agreed to keep confidential information about Trump and his sexual partners. She also agreed not to share any texts or photos from Trump.

At that point, only a limited number of individuals had already been told about the relationship and word of it did not leak out during the campaign.

Cohen has since confirmed to The New York Times that he paid the money out of his own pocket. But he declined to say it was on behalf of Trump.

The agreement appears to have been written to cover up Trump’s involvement. It refers to the president by a pseudonym, David Dennison. Daniels is identified as Peggy Peterson.

The document, and a “side letter” both have spaces for “Dennison’s” signature. Both are blank.

Avenatti says the individual is Trump, according to NBC.

In 2011, Daniels gave and in-depth interview detailing the affair. The magazine shelved it, at the time, but finally published it, in full, last month.

The lawsuit asks the Los Angeles County Superior Court to void the agreement because Trump, as a party to the settlement, never signed it.

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