LAWSUIT: The 2 Most Shocking Allegations From Stormy Daniels' Lawsuit Against Trump

On Tuesday, adult film star Stormy Daniels filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, claiming that he never signed a nondisclosure agreement that she says his lawyer arranged for her.

NBC News reports:

The civil suit, filed in Los Angeles Superior Court and obtained by NBC News, alleges that her agreement not to disclose her "intimate" relationship with Trump is not valid because while both Daniels and Trump's attorney Michael Cohen signed it, Trump never did.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, are requesting that the Los Angeles County Superior Court declare that the agreement was "never formed, and therefore do not exist, because, among other things, Mr. Trump never signed the agreements."

The most shocking allegations made in the lawsuit are:

#1. Donald Trump's name is not used, rather the pseudonym David Dennison is used. Law & Crime notes:

Several times the lawsuit makes reference to Trump (aka David Dennison). In fact, Dennison is a named plaintiff in the lawsuit. In the apparent ‘Hush Agreement’ that Clifford signed, in order to disguise the fact that it was Trump involved in the story, Cohen only referred to Trump as “David Dennison” or “DD” and Daniels as “Peggy Peterson” and “PP.” Clifford believed this was so Trump would have plausible deniability about the affair and the pay arrangement.

#2. Trump never signed the "hush" agreement. Law & Crime notes:

The lawsuit reads, “On or about October 28,2016, only days before the election, two of the parties signed the Hush Agreement – Ms. Clifford and Mr. Cohen (on behalf of EC). Mr Trump, however, did not sign the agreement, thus rendering it legally null and void and of no consequence.” Clifford further asserts that Trump knew of the agreement and purposely did not sign the contract so he could later, if need be, “publicly disavow any knowledge of the Hush agreement, and Ms. Clifford.”

The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday that Cohen had allegedly complained to friends that he had not been reimbursed for the alleged six-figure payout to Daniels, although, on the record, Cohen previously stated that he used his "personal funds to facilitate a payment of $130,000 to Ms. Stephanie Clifford," which he says did not involve the Trump Organization or the campaign in any manner.

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