The internet thinks the goon in Stormy Daniels's sketch looks like Tom Brady

The lawyer for Stormy Daniels has released the highly anticipated sketch of the man that the porn star said threatened her in a parking lot over her alleged affair with President Trump in 2011. The speculation was endless as to who it would look like, but now that it’s here, the internet has humorously decided that it’s … Tom Brady?

Others have pointed to Willem Dafoe:

Keeping with the theatrical nature of this presidency, the forensic sketch was released Tuesday on … The View, when Daniels and her attorney Michael Avenatti appeared on the show. He reiterated that there is a reward for the real identification of the man — who is about 5-foot-9 to 6 feet tall, is in his 30s or 40s, and was “well-dressed” — ’cause it’s obviously not the NFL star, who, in his free time, is too busy cashing his paychecks, staring at Gisele, and keeping track of what food he’s allowed to eat. Dafoe, 62, is also in the clear.

Of course, Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, had said that soon after she spoke to In Touch magazine in 2011 about her alleged 10-month affair with a married Donald Trump, a man approached her in a Las Vegas parking lot. She was with her baby daughter when the thug warned her, “Leave Trump alone. Forget the story.” The man then cryptically added, “That’s a beautiful little girl. It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom.”

Daniels said on The View that the experience left her “really rattled.” The reason she didn’t go to police was because she’d have to reveal her alleged relationship with Trump. “I didn’t want my life turned upside down,” she said. Of course, it later was anyway. In 2016, prior to the election, she signed a nondisclosure agreement through Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen and received $130,000 from Cohen in exchange for her silence over the alleged affair. She’s since filed a lawsuit to void the agreement. Cohen, of course, is the one who had his office, apartment, and hotel room raided last week.

Avenatti asked viewers with information about the man in the sketch to send an email to — get this — “We’re going to get to the bottom of this,” he said.

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