Trump Paid Hush Money to 3 More Women, 1 Pregnant, Says Avenatti

Trump Paid Hush Money to 3 More Women, 1 Pregnant, Says Avenatti

Trump Paid Hush Money to 3 More Women, 1 Pregnant, Says Avenatti

Blakely claims he canceled it after he saw Avenatti on ABC's "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday, hinting that Cohen or his attorneys may have shared information with him.

On Friday Crain and his legal team appeared in court to discuss a restraining order they'd filed that would restrict Daniels from taking the couple's child on the road with her during her strip club tour.

The lawyer for adult film actress Stormy Daniels claimed on Friday that he was representing three more women paid hush money to hide affairs with Donald Trump.

We would be remiss if we did not mention that Avenatti said he would "absolutely" run for president and "defeat" Trump if the Democratic Party does not find the "right street fighter and the right person". Avenatti has called the request for a gag order "a complete joke and baseless".

The judge indicated from the bench that he was reluctant to issue the motion for the gag order, but he did not announce a timetable for his ultimate decision.

Avenatti's disclosure also comes following the release earlier this week of an audio recording in which Trump and Cohen appear to be discussing a payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal.




The three unidentified women described by Avenatti are in addition to Daniels, who claims she was paid $130,000 for her silence about a prior affair with Trump.

"Neither myself or Mr. Cohen have provided any information to Mr. Avenatti, are in any way cooperating with Mr. Avenatti, or have any interest whatsoever in cooperating with Mr. Avenatti to the detriment of President Donald Trump", Blakely told ABC News.

Michael Avenatti, the attorney for porn actress Stormy Daniels replies to questions by reporters during a news conference in front of the U.S. Federal Courthouse in Los Angeles on Friday, July 27, 2018. "Enough with the games".

The judge is also considering whether to continue delaying Daniels' case because Cohen is under federal investigation in NY. Time for Michael Cohen and Donald Trump to come 100 percent clean with the American people. "An attorney in litigation is just that, and until the litigation is over, I'm not going to comment on the words used", he said.

Avenatti has been representing Stormy Daniels (real name Stephanie Clifford) in a lawsuit against Trump and Cohen.

Michael Avenatti says he is representing THREE OTHER WOMEN (in addition to his client Stormy Daniels) who claim they were paid to keep quiet (unclear about what) before the election. Additionally, she is suing the president, arguing a nondisclosure agreement she signed in regard to their alleged affair is invalid because he failed to sign it.

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