Stormy’s lawyer eyes new claims
THE ATTORNEY for Stormy Daniels is vetting two more women who claim they were silenced about affairs they had with President Trump.
Michael Avenatti said the women may have received larger payments than the $130,000 that Daniels received right before the election to not discuss an alleged 2006 tryst.
“I think we are on the verge of being able to state that they’re fully vetted,” Avenatti said Thursday during an appearance on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.” “It’s up to them, ultimately, if they’re willing to come forward.”
The attorney said the women’s accounts are “on solid ground,” but didn’t provide many details about some of their allegations. But he said it might show the X-rated actress wasn’t the only woman to reach a quiet settlement with Trump or his longtime fixer Michael Cohen.