The letter was sent to the porn star after she had made some explosive claims regarding President Trump while talking to Anderson Cooper in ‘’60 Minutes’’.
Attorney of Michael Cohen, the personal lawyer of President Donald Trump, sent a ‘’cease and desist’’ letter to porn star Stormy Daniels, reports Fox News.
The news channel further reported that the interview was sent minutes after the adult-star had spoken to Anderson Cooper in ‘’60 Minutes’’ regarding her alleged relationship with President Trump.
Fox further reported that the attorney of Michael Cohen had demanded in the letter that Daniels apologize for a claim she made during the show.
The adult-star had implied in the interview that Donald Trump was after a threat she received from a stranger in 2011 in which the stranger warned her of dire consequences if she ‘’did not leave Trump alone’’.
Furthermore, Cohen demanded Daniels – who is an actress, producer, and dancer – to refrain from making defamatory and false comments about him in future.
Blakely, who is the attorney for Mr. Cohen, demanded Daniels that both she and her attorney Michael Avenatti apologize through national media and that both of them should retract their claims.
Remember, Cohen was working as an attorney of Donald Trump when he paid Stormy Daniels – whose real name is Stephanie Clifford – $130,000 to keep her quiet regarding her 2006 relationship with Trump. Cohen has confirmed that he paid the money, though President Trump has so far denied the affair.
The lawyers of the President further claim that since she has violated her part of the agreement, Daniels is liable for damages ‘’in excess of $20 million’’.
The History of the Affair
According to Miss Daniels, the affair took place between July 13 and 16, 2006, at the Edgewood Tahoe resort on Lake Tahoe. She claims that while having sex, they didn’t use a condom and that she consented to sex and was not a victim.
She further recalls that during her affair, Donald Trump offered her the possibility of appearing as a contestant on ‘’Celebrity Apprentice’’. That said, the offer never materialized into something concrete.