The existence of the nondisclosure contract became known after The Wall Street Journal reported Cohen arranged to pay Clifford $130,000 just days before the 2016 presidential election to stop her from going public with her story.
Clifford also claims Cohen has continued efforts to "shut her up" and cites "bogus arbitration" initiated as recently as February 27. She said the ongoing saga has boosted her visibility and immediate career prospects. "Now I'm dancing three or four times a month so that's been really great", she told CNN Friday night after her performance at the Solid Gold gentleman's club in Florida.
"It's sort of overshadowing a lot of the adult films I'm supposed to be promoting, and a lot of the mainstream projects that I was actively working on have been indefinitely put on hold".
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"If this is not the definition of chaotic, how would you describe what's happening in these recent weeks?" she was asked again. "And all of these things she's not doing".
She said she was taking in stride being one of the most spoken-about people in America, and all that it comes with. The "flat out lies", like the idea that she's broke. Cohen has claimed Trump never knew about any of it, and used his own money for the deal. He's also said that "neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly". She says she began an "intimate relationship" with Trump years before his political aspirations took shape and more than a year into his marriage to now-first lady Melania Trump. "I have a contract that's been in place for several years and I actually just renegotiated, and got a new contract". It said the events raise questions relating to "possible campaign finance, tax, legal ethics and other legal violations, raise serious doubts about the credibility of President Trump's repeated denials of sexual misconduct, and pose risks of future efforts to extort or otherwise improperly influence the President".