Stormy Daniels, who is suing President Trump over their alleged 2006 affair, has been charged with three misdemeanor sex offenses — and her lawyer calls it a "setup."
She announced the news on social media Wednesday morning showing off the limited edition bottle. "It's finally here!" she shared in the caption on Instagram.
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The pοrn star and president's alleged mistress has shared more details of her time with Donald Trump, and this time she got even more descriptive.
With a comedic set-up of crossed lines, Ben Stiller as Donald Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen plays out a literal game of telephone as he anxiously attempts to get everyone to stick to the same story when it comes to Stormy Daniels. With each new phone call, there was a reference to a recent story in the news and key people surrounding Trump. In the end, Trump was less concerned with how his dalliances play out in the court of public opinion (or a court of law for that matter), and more concerned with getting back on Daniel’s good side.
"Maybe I didn't get her so much," POTUS admitted of his wife's birthday present, though he did gift the media with a Stormy Daniels bombshell.
“We are really excited to have Stormy back on the cover of the magazine,” Kelly Holland, CEO and owner of Penthouse, told The Daily Beast.
President Trump's alleged former mistress has been wearing a necklace with a skeleton key charm that has people wondering.
Zuckerberg was asked whether the social media site engaged in political censorship, specifically regarding conservative sisters Diamond and Silk.
Adult film star Stormy Daniels, fresh off a 60 Minutes interview in which she detailed her alleged affair with President Trump, took time on Easter Sunday to respond to an offensive tweet leveled at her that claimed she did not have the right to say she was assaulted because she is a porn star. Daniels took the poster to task, noting that they had implied that “women with certain jobs cannot be assaulted.” This cuts to the very core of consent, because despite how we morally judge (or don’t judge) sex workers and adult performers, if they are not consenting to a sex act, it is, in fact, assault.
In what some are calling an early April Fools’ Joke, President Trump declared Saturday the start of “National Sexual Assault Awareness Month.”
If you want to "save the children," as many anti-sex-work organizations claim to do, you have to start by supporting sex-working parents and by eliminating the stigma that follows us for lifetimes.
President Trump reportedly told women he wanted to sleep with that they reminded him of his daughter.