Trump headlines lead to surge in Pornhub popularity for Stormy Daniels

Trump headlines lead to surge in Pornhub popularity for Stormy Daniels

"My client wants an opportunity to tell her story, to tell the truth about what happened and what didn't happen", he told CNN Wednesday.

Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti shared the Buzzfeed report on Twitter.

Daniels filed a civil lawsuit against Trump in Los Angeles Superior Court on Tuesday claiming that the agreement is null and void since the president never signed it.

But she told Inside Edition that the attention has been a double-edged sword and she has lost work as well.

In January, after the Wall Street Journal first reported that Daniels had received $130,000 from Trump's attorney, searches for her name on Pornhub exploded from a daily average of 2,500 to more than 2 million searches over five days.

At the time, she said she was "definitely surprised with the size of the story", adding she was "also very surprised at how much stuff is just completely made up about me".

She sat down for an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, which included revelations such as her "safe word", which she said is "penguin".

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"There's nothing that anyone can say that I haven't heard", she said. "And so when someone says, "Hey, you're a whore, ' I'm like, 'That is 'successful whore" to you!'"

Daniels, who began her career in show business as a dancer in Louisiana, moved to Los Angeles to make porn films.

She said she was taking in stride being one of the most spoken-about people in America, and all that it comes with.

Cohen's use of Trump Organization email to arrange the payment appeared to heighten the possibility that the arrangement with Daniels ran afoul of the federal law requiring disclosure of campaign contributions.

Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington lodged the civil and criminal complaint, arguing that the payment may have been a loan from Cohen to Trump and, if so, needed to be disclosed.

"POTUS is very unhappy", a source close to the White House told CNN. They are ever changing. Your legal analysts are running out of superlatives.,' Avenatti said on CNN.

'Nonsense, ridiculous, preposterous, ludicrous.the list goes on and on. The "flat out lies", like the idea that she's broke.