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Adult film star Stormy Daniels is suing President Donald Trump over a so-called “hush agreement”.

Ms Daniels (her real name is Stephanie Clifford) alleges she and Mr Trump had sex in 2006, and that he has been trying to keep it quiet ever since.

A lawyer for Ms Daniels has made claims of a cover-up, and others have raised questions about potentially illegal campaign payments.

The president rejects all the allegations, and lawyers are suing Ms Daniels back for breaking this deal.

Mr Trump denies that any money from his 2016 presidential campaign was used to buy Ms Daniels’ silence, and says that the affair never happened.

Using campaign funds could have been a violation of federal law.

But while Mr Trump’s supporters have largely ignored the story, along with allegations of sexual assault and the infamous Access Hollywood tape, the Stormy Daniels case could see the president testify in court – with 2018 mid-term elections just around the corner.

Who is Stormy Daniels?
She was born in Louisiana in 1979.

She moved into the adult film industry first as a performer, before in 2004 branching out into directing and also writing.

Her stage name comes from Mötley Crüe’s bassist Nikki Sixx’s daughter Storm, and the US whisky Jack Daniels – which southerner Ms Clifford chose after reading an ad calling the drink “a Southern favourite”.

You may also recognise her cameo appearances in films The 40-Year-Old Virgin and Knocked Up, and the music video for Maroon Five’s song Wake Up Call.

She also thought of running for a US Senate seat in Louisiana in 2010 but called off her run after she said her candidacy was not being taken seriously.

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