Michael Cohen the personal attorney for President Trump has sent the adult film star Stormy Daniels a real warning, not like the fake one she made up during her interview with Anderson Cooper.
On Monday Cohen sent a “cease and desist letter,” and Cohen’s attorney Brent Blakely has demanded that Daniels apologize for claiming Cohen was behind the “threat” she described that took place in Las Vegas.
During her interview on 60min Daniels said that in 2006 she and the President engaged in consensual sex. She also said, “This is not a ‘Me too.’ I was not a victim.”
So there’s the “scandal” folks the President had consensual sex with a woman in 2006, she wanted some money and hit his attorney up for 130k. Now, I’m not a big fan of infidelity (my personal belief), but adults can do as they wish as long as it is consensual.
However, who’s the person that needs to defend themselves? The person that engaged in consensual sex or the person that engaged in consensual sex then wants money to stay quite?