Stormy Daniels Starts Online Fundraiser for Trump Lawsuit

Stormy Daniels launches fundraising campaign to pay legal bills in Trump battle

Lawyer Michael Avenatti filed a lawsuit on behalf of Daniels last week seeking to toss out the confidential settlement she signed just days before the November 2016 election.

Stormy Daniels gave a radio interview in 2007 where she talked about her sexual partners and identified Donald Trump as one of them, the host Bubba the Love Sponge Clem has claimed. She also asked her funds in the event that she is ordered to pay damages for speaking out. The agreement stipulated that any disputes about the arrangement would be heard in private arbitration, not in open court.

Porn star Stormy Daniels will go to court on July 12 in a bid to dissolve an agreement stopping her discussing an affair she says she had with President Donald Trump, according to court papers published Wednesday.

Daniels has filed a civil suit in an attempt to have the non-disclosure agreement she signed rendered void because Trump never signed it. Cohen, though, did sign and has countered that the NDA is enforceable, filing arbitration to silence her from talking about Trump at all.

In addition to the fundraiser, Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti has kept up a public relations offense, raising awareness of her lawsuit against President Trump in frequent TV appearances and social media posts.

Mr Cohen has admitted to paying Ms Daniels the $130,000, but maintains that Mr Trump had no idea that he transaction occurred.

Daniels' relationship with Trump first gained widespread notice when the Wall Street Journal revealed the $130,000 payout in January.

Stormy has been on a hot run lately being a featured dancer at many, many strip clubs.

But the website The Blast noted that the mounting costs of suing the president, while running a PR campaign, has apparently become "too much to take on alone".

The head of CBS News said Tuesday that a "60 Minutes" interview with adult film star Stormy Daniels is on its way but that more journalistic work needs to be done on the story.

Stormy's attorney, Michael Avenatti, told CNN last week that there have been million dollar offers for Stormy to speak freely, but claimed that taking the money wasn't in the "spirit of what this is about".

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