Published: Tue, April 17, 2018
Worldwide | By Isabel Fisher

Stormy's sketch of harasser sparks social media frenzy of Tom Brady comparisons

Stormy's sketch of harasser sparks social media frenzy of Tom Brady comparisons

Except on Tuesday, the adult film star answered every question the ladies of The View could come up with about her alleged affair with Donald Trump, her case, and the threats against her!

It's been said that a picture is worth 1,000 words - and Stormy Daniels' sketch of the man she says threatened her, also seems to be worth 1,000 Twitter theories.

Stormy, real name Stephanie Clifford, was paid $130,000 by Cohen 11 days before the 2016 presidential election - she says to keep quiet about the 2006 romp with Trump.

The social media antics aside, on "The View" Tuesday Daniels expressed fear and elaborated on why she initially didn't publicly discuss the alleged threat.

Avenatti said he is offering a $100,000 reward for information leading to the man's apprehension.

She said that she didn't approach the police because then she would have been forced to reveal to the police department, and the world, that "I had sex with Donald Trump".

She released it on The View.

Earlier her lawyer Michael Avenatti joked with reporters and said that it was a "stormy day" as he arrived at the hearing in thunder and rain-battered New York City.

"Nothing about him alarmed me", Daniels said. According to Daniels, while she was still standing in a Las Vegas parking lot, the man walked up and said: "That's a attractive little girl. It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom.' And then he was gone". "Forget about this story, leave Mr. Trump alone'".

"I was rattled", she added.

"I didn't want everyone to know, I didn't want my family to find out that way". She said she never saw the man again.

However, his decades spent working for Trump could see him offered a deal by investigators if he agrees to disclose potentially damaging information on his boss. More than a week ago, Avenatti tweeted a photo that he said showed Daniels sitting with a forensic sketch artist.

Trump has not directly addressed Daniels' allegations, although White House press officials have repeatedly said that Trump denies having an affair with Daniels.

"I can announce that we got comfortable with the security plan last night for my client".

Daniels has filed a lawsuit over the agreement that was coordinated by Cohen. "She also wants to ensure that she is heard and that she's represented at the hearing".

The man looks remarkably similar to Matthew Calamari, the head of security for Trump.

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