Adult Movie Star Stormy Daniels revealed [Sunday Sunday that she and lawyer Michael Avenatti "straightened" a few days after the discovery of a charity appeal Avenatti had started [19659004DanielstoldDailyBeastonWednesdaythatAvenattihadlaunchedthecampaignontheCrowdJusticewebsite"withoutmypermissionorevenmyknowledge"afteraskinghimhowthemoneyraisedthroughafirstfundraiserwasspentwasThefirstfundraisercostDaniel$580000;Thesecondfundraiserraised$4785beforethepagewasdismantledonWednesdaynight
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, also alleged that Avenatti had sued President Trump for defamation without her consent. A federal judge overturned this process last October and ordered Daniels to pay the president's legal fees.
On Sunday, Daniels tweeted that "we know that bookkeeping is on the rise," but did not elaborate. When contacted by Fox News, Avenatti said in an email, "We have not decided if we want to raise more money – ultimately it will be Stormy's decision."
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Also Avenatti tweeted : "Forward and upwards to all people who want to share us for their own purposes: It will not happen!"
Daniels First, she sued Trump for voiding the confidentiality agreement she signed days before the 2016 presidential election, which prevented her from talking about a sexual encounter she had with Trump in 2006 before becoming President had applied. The confidentiality agreement included a payment of $ 130,000 to Daniels by Trump's then lawyer Michael Cohen. Last August, Cohen admitted making payments to Daniels and another woman, Karen McDougal, "on instructions" from then-candidate Trump, in violation of the Federal Fighting Finance Act.
Trump has repeatedly denied the encounter with Daniels.