Ex Playboy Model suing to end NDA to talk about alleged affair with Trump

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I did find it funny that this Porn star who is fooling 50% of the country and dragging them along with her.....that Trump's lawyers last week filed papers in court claiming that she had violated her confidentiality agreement at least 20 times and owed Trump as much as $20 million for doing so.

Funny how this "lying whore" can somehow per Trump's own lawyers violate an NDA and owe the POTUS $20 million

https://www.vox.com/policy-and-poli...p-lawyer-stormy-daniels-lawsuit-michael-cohen

https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/16/us/trumps-stormy-daniels-lawsuit.html
Who said "lying whore" other than you? I said half the country supports what she's doing and that she takes it up the butt while swallowing dongs on videos. That would include you supporting her. Next thread will be about how Batboy is really the bastard child of Trump and Nancy Pelosi. I bet you subscribe to the National Enquirer.
 

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What do the democrats have to do with this woman suing about a NDA. (Honest question, I don't follow this stuff.)
See my reply to Binman. I admit I was narrow minded on initially just calling out democrats as there are those from both the left and right coming after him. I just honestly don't believe for a seconds that there's not any politics behind all of these people deciding to come out now that he's no longer just a corporate celebrity. Still makes no sense though since it's too early (regarding re-election) for it to do anything. It's not like you can impeach someone for past bad habits... Who knows, maybe they all just decided now this the time to finally say something. I just think it reeks of politics.
 

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What a country where half the country would rather support someone who swallows penis' for a living rather than the Potus.
Can't say I "support" either but also can't say that I see much moral or ethical difference between the parties involved. Our current president has taken the idea of simply respecting the office no matter who is in it and put it on its ear with his antics on twitter among other things.
 

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Who said "lying whore" other than you? I said half the country supports what she's doing and that she takes it up the butt while swallowing dongs on videos. That would include you supporting her. Next thread will be about how Batboy is really the bastard child of Trump and Nancy Pelosi. I bet you subscribe to the National Enquirer.
How do I support her again? I've done nothing but post the information that has come to light about the entire situation as I find the whole thing hilarious. It is like an episode of Maury or Jerry Springer

How does ones job apply to them seeking legal protection if they feel they have been wronged?
 

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See my reply to Binman. I admit I was narrow minded on initially just calling out democrats as there are those from both the left and right coming after him. I just honestly don't believe for a seconds that there's not any politics behind all of these people deciding to come out now that he's no longer just a corporate celebrity. Still makes no sense though since it's too early (regarding re-election) for it to do anything. It's not like you can impeach someone for past bad habits... Who knows, maybe they all just decided now this the time to finally say something. I just think it reeks of politics.
The only political ramifications at play here are forcing Evangelical Christians to continue to publicly support Trump OR to call into question the moral compass of the GOP party

I could see that being the political positioning behind this situation if the Dems are the ones funding it. XXX stars and Playboy models etc

Then you have the other lady getting approval form the judge today that was on The Apprentice suing for sexual harassment and defamation ...who knows the motivation behind that one
 

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See my reply to Binman. I admit I was narrow minded on initially just calling out democrats as there are those from both the left and right coming after him. I just honestly don't believe for a seconds that there's not any politics behind all of these people deciding to come out now that he's no longer just a corporate celebrity. Still makes no sense though since it's too early (regarding re-election) for it to do anything. It's not like you can impeach someone for past bad habits... Who knows, maybe they all just decided now this the time to finally say something. I just think it reeks of politics.
I actually deleted that post as I read on because it had already been answered. But, it appears you are Lightening McGraw on the response today.:D

Whether it is never-Trump republicans, Democrats, or just people who dislike Trump's politics that you want to blame for this I think all of you are barking up the wrong tree.

I think this is pure and simple business. And using the court system to gain business advantage is something our president not only partakes in, he is an expert at.

The women signed NDAs, and got an OK paycheck for it.

But, now, they see huge $$$$$ for their tell-all books, and speeches, and maybe TV movies etc. So, they get an attorney and try to get out of the NDA. It is exactly what Trump would do if instead of being a fat old billionaire he was a semi-famous attractive woman with an NDA blocking him from more wealth.

I don't think politics is necessarily the primary impetus for this at all. This is business.
 

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I actually deleted that post as I read on because it had already been answered. But, it appears you are Lightening McGraw on the response today.:D

Whether it is never-Trump republicans, Democrats, or just people who dislike Trump's politics that you want to blame for this I think all of you are barking up the wrong tree.

I think this is pure and simple business. And using the court system to gain business advantage is something our president not only partakes in, he is an expert at.

The women signed NDAs, and got an OK paycheck for it.

But, now, they see huge $$$$$ for their tell-all books, and speeches, and maybe TV movies etc. So, they get an attorney and try to get out of the NDA. It is exactly what Trump would do if instead of being a fat old billionaire he was a semi-famous attractive woman with an NDA blocking him from more wealth.

I don't think politics is necessarily the primary impetus for this at all. This is business.
I hadn't considered it from that aspect.

But yeah, I've been doing a lot of spreadsheet stuff today so I've had to take breaks to keep my eyes from going cross eyed... lol
 

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Can't say I "support" either but also can't say that I see much moral or ethical difference between the parties involved. Our current president has taken the idea of simply respecting the office no matter who is in it and put it on its ear with his antics on twitter among other things.
Yep. That's why I said in a subsequent post that one supports which ever whore suits one's ideology.
 

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I'm still trying to figure where the heck they think any of this will go even if it's all 100% true... What exactly is their end goal?? (They as in democrats)
to assume that you have to assume that Democrats are the ones making all these women come forward. As we have seen by many of the Republicans and what they have said against Trump it could be a campaign pushed along by Republicans as well.

Or it could be these women think they have some legit reason and need to do this that isn't politically motivated at all but to out someone they think is a Scumbag (like Bill Clinton)

Or they are taking advantage of their sphere of a known relationship to Trump to cash in. (My Pick in why it is happening)
I agree they are just trying to cash in. He didn't rape any of them (unlike Bill Clinton) so it's not like legally they can "bring him to Justice". They obviously were willing participants if it real happened.

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Did Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Implicate Himself or His Client in a Crime?

Stormy Daniels’ lawyer — Michael Avenatti — continues to put his client at risk of a large judgment, and even worse, at risk for criminal charges, for either her or him. Two minutes of fame can be very expensive.

What crimes might apply? Has Avenatti committed potential malpractice? California law likely governs any issues in the case as Avenatti himself has acknowledged California law governs in his own Daniels’ lawsuit.

Avenatti himself took key actions in the case. First, he chose to file the suit that disclosed confidential information publicly, rather than under seal, in his suit to set aside the non-disclosure confidentiality agreement. By doing so, Avenatti exposed his client to a $20M judgment.

Courts across the country have found this alone can be grounds for summary judgment. As one court noted: “The act that most troubled the trial court was Cross’s filing of the complaint not under seal in the present case. The trial court deemed it “an open, egregious and notorious breach of a material provision of the [confidentiality] agreement.” Avenatti could have tried to set aside the agreement without his client risking a massive judgment against her by simply filing his suit under seal; he chose not to. Did he advise his client filing the suit publicly could result in a $20M judgment against her?

Over the past week, Avenatti went further, apparently on behalf of his client, tweeting out an image of a video disc, claiming it contained evidence substantiating an affair, and labeling it a “warning shot” according to the press.

Many interpreted the DVD to be a sex tape. At this point, he has not clarified what it contained, but for Avenatti’s and Daniels’ sake, it better not be a tape, because that’s where criminal issues would come into play.

The first potential crime is the illegal recording of Donald Trump, which Avenatti’s DVD tweet was widely interpreted to mean. We still don’t know what it contains but if it is a recording of Trump, its mere existence can be prosecuted as a crime in California. California law strictly forbids someone from taping another without their knowledge or consent. California Penal Code section 632 criminalizes any person who “without the consent of all parties” records their activity. California Penal Code 637.2 specifically authorizes a private suit, with a treble-damages award. All that is required is for the injured party to show they did not consent and that they had a “reasonable expectation” no recording was taking place. Ask the Gawker jury how jurors feel about the disclosure of private tapes.

The second potential crime would be if the tape shows sexual activity. California Penal Code 647(j) makes secretly recording sexual activity a crime, labelling it an “invasion of privacy.” Here, too, Avenatti led many to believe his client committed the crime, by broadcasting the DVD to the world, and implied it was proof of an affair.

The third potential crime is if the tape was ever publicly disclosed, known as nonconsensual disclosure of recorded sexual activity, otherwise known as “revenge porn.” California Penal Code 647(j)(4) separately criminalizes such conduct even when the original tape was consensually recorded. Hence, claiming Trump agreed to the taping of the activity (highly unlikely) is no defense to this separate crime.

Additionally, Avenatti’s potential political motivation to put hurting Trump over helping his client would be exposed in any potential suit or prosecution. As was publicly reported, in both college and law school Avenatti worked at a political opposition and media firm, The Research Group, run by Rahm Emanuel, the Chicago Mayor who once worked in President Obama‘s administration. He was asked about this during the 60 Minutes interview, and scoffed it off as activity from decades ago.

All of this liability for Avenatti and Daniels is an expensive price for two minutes of fame.

Robert Barnes is a California-based trial attorney whose practice focuses on Constitutional, criminal and civil rights law. You can follow him at @Barnes_Law.

https://lawandcrime.com/high-profil...r-implicate-himself-or-his-client-in-a-crime/
 

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Ok let me see if I understand this. Trump screwed some hot models and porn stars years ago and has some fidelity issues..

I'm pretty sure everyone knew this before the election in 2016. Not really sure how this is news.
 

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Ok let me see if I understand this. Trump screwed some hot models and porn stars years ago and has some fidelity issues..

I'm pretty sure everyone knew this before the election in 2016. Not really sure how this is news.
I don’t think they know this yet, the way to beat trump is don’t nominate Hillary. Or warren. Or Biden. Or Bernie.
 

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Ok let me see if I understand this. Trump screwed some hot models and porn stars years ago and has some fidelity issues..

I'm pretty sure everyone knew this before the election in 2016. Not really sure how this is news.
Bill Clinton is jealous, these girls were willing.
 

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I don’t think they know this yet, the way to beat trump is don’t nominate Hillary. Or warren. Or Biden. Or Bernie.
Reminds me a lot of the Clinton Presidency. Personally I think a lot of people will vote to reelect Trump simply because they want to keep watching the shit show. Just like they did with Clinton.

With Clinton we had rape and murder allegations, cocaine dealing, whitewater, cigar f*&&king interns in the oval office and I can't even remember what all else. Only reason I can fathom he got reelected was the people didn't want to turn off the show.

The same people saying Trump is degrading the office cheered for Clinton, it's downright comical.
 

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Reminds me a lot of the Clinton Presidency. Personally I think a lot of people will vote to reelect Trump simply because they want to keep watching the shit show. Just like they did with Clinton.

With Clinton we had rape and murder allegations, cocaine dealing, whitewater, cigar f*&&king interns in the oval office and I can't even remember what all else. Only reason I can fathom he got reelected was the people didn't want to turn off the show.

The same people saying Trump is degrading the office cheered for Clinton, it's downright comical.
Plus all he had to do was beat Bob Dole. Part of the reason Clinton was elected in the first place.

But the dems will probably nominate Bernie 4 years too late after he is outed as a joke and wonder why they get their asses handed to them.