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Stormy Daniels reveals sketch of suspect she claims threatened h

Stormy Daniels reveals sketch of suspect she claims threatened h

A sketch of the man Stormy Daniels says threatened her lit up Twitter on Tuesday, with many seeing a resemblance to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.

The actress broke her silence on the affair in a on "60 Minutes" that aired Sunday night on CBS.

Daniels said if she had reported the threat at the time, she would have had to reveal the affair and she "didn't want my life to turn upside down".

"Then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, 'That's a attractive little girl".

The adult-film star told Anderson Cooper she was on her way to a fitness class with her infant daughter when an unidentified man approached her.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is fighting a 2016 non-disclosure agreement arranged by Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, in which she got $130,000 to keep quiet about her claim that she had sex with Trump a decade earlier, something the US president has denied.

Lawyers for Cohen and prosecutors both had reason to claim success after three hours of arguments before U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood, who said she may appoint a special master, a neutral lawyer, to help decide which materials should stay confidential. "I was really rattled".




"He said, 'Shame if something happened to mom".

Clifford said the man's face is "burned in my memory". Outside afterward, she said Cohen has acted like he's above the law and that she and her lawyer are committed to making sure everyone learns the truth.

The White House has consistently said Trump denies the affair and Cohen has held that he made the payment out of his own pocket, without involvement from the Trump Organization or the Trump campaign. On the one hand, she's a proud porn star who willingly and ably engaged in a sexual relationship with Trump, who she says discussed giving her a spot on The Celebrity Apprentice.

The sketch is of a man she supposedly saw seven years ago.

Daniels and her attorney then released an incredibly detailed sketch of the alleged man. Behar noted that he nearly looks like an actor.

The sketch, drawn by renowned forensic artist Lois Gibson, describes the man as "lean but fit", standing between 5 foot 9 inches and 6 feet.

Fox News star Sean Hannity is revealed as a client of Trump attorney Michael Cohen in a NY court hearing.


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