Stormy Daniels is suing Donald Trump. The porn star filed court documents in Los Angeles on Tuesday, claiming that Donald Trump never signed a non-disclosure "hush agreement" about their alleged 2006 affair.
Daniels and Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, signed the agreement three days before the 2016 presidential election and Daniels received $130,000 to keep quiet about their sexual encounters. According to the lawsuit, however, the agreement includes a blank spot where Trump—who's referred to as "David Dennison" in the court documents—was supposed to sign, but he never did.
Daniels and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, asked the Los Angeles County Superior Court to rule that the hush agreement is invalid and state that it was "never formed, and therefore does not exist, because, among other things, Mr. Trump never signed the agreements."
The court documents, which have been obtained by NBC News, say, "In the alternative, Plaintiff seeks an order of this Court declaring that the agreements in the forms set out in Exhibits 1 and 2 are invalid, unenforceable, and/or void under the doctrine of unconscionability."
If Daniels comes out on the winning side of this lawsuit, in theory, she'll be able to share details about her series of rumored sexual escapades with Trump. So, if you're the kind of person who's excited about hearing gross details about Donald Trump's sex life, you might be in luck.
The president's track record in high-profile lawsuits isn't exactly stellar. Two weeks ago, a golf course owned by Trump agreed to pay $5.45 million to settle claims by angry former members who say they were cheated out of reimbursements after resigning from the club. He also payed a $25 million settlement in a case against Trump University—one of over 4,000 lawsuits filed against his businesses over the years. But let's stay on track. A porn star just sued a sitting president. Welcome to 2018, folks.