Pornstar Stormi Daniels has passed the lie detector test which focused on her alleged sexual relationship with President Donald Trump back in July 2006. The polygraph test majorly focused on three ''relevant'' questions about Daniels' alleged encounter with the president. Daniels took the lie detector test as part of her agreement to sell her story to Life & Style magazine. It also revealed that Daniels would have been paid $15,000 for her story.
Stormy Daniels' Lie Detector Test Backs Trump Affair Claim-Show Daniels Truthful With Her Accusation
- Pornstar Stormy Daniels has passed a lie detector test when she was asked about the alleged affair with President Trump.
- The polygraph test conducted by the polygraph examiner Ron Slay, says she was ''truthful'' about her alleged relationship with president Donald Trump in July 2006.
- Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti has reportedly paid $25,000 to buy the rights to a video of the polygraph test.
- The attorney told CNN that he bought the tape to ensure it wouldn't be altered or destroyed before it is provided to the court.
Pornstar Stormi Daniels has passed the lie detector test which focused on her alleged sexual relationship with President Donald Trump back in July 2006.
According to the polygraph report obtained by CNN, Ron Slay, who conducted the lie detector test in May 2011, said Daniels was ''truthful about having unprotected vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump in July 2006.''
Pornstar Stormy Daniels during the lie detector test in 2011
Source: NBC News
The polygraph test majorly focused on three ''relevant'' questions about Daniels' alleged encounter with the president. Slay asked her three questions,
Around July 2006, did you have vaginal intercourse with Donald Trump?
Around July 2006, did you have unprotected sex with Donald Trump?
Did Trump say you would get on The Apprentice?
The actress answered yes to all three question. Meanwhile, Slay said the last question about Trump's promise that Daniels would appear on The Apprentice remained ''inconclusive.''
People reported that Stormy's lawyer, Michael Avenatti reportedly bought the tape of the polygraph test. Avenatti told CNN that he bought the tape to
ensure that it would be maintained and kept safely during the litigation and not be altered or destroyed. We did so after learning that various parties, including mainstream media organization, were attempting to acquire the video and the file and either destroy it or use it for nefarious means.
The Wall Street Journal, which first published the report said, Daniels took the lie detector test as part of her agreement to sell her story to Life & Style magazine. It also revealed that Daniels would have been paid $15,000 for her story.
Stormy Daniels passed the lie detector test in 2011 which confirmed she had had sex with Trump
Source: The Hill
Her lawyer Avenatti says in a statement obtained by People,
There is no question Ms. Clifford is telling the truth. The American people will come to their own conclusion this Sunday after watching 60 Minutes.
Meanwhile, Daniels also took to Twitter on Tuesday, addressing those who had criticized her.
According to Washington Post, Michael Cohen, Trump's attorney has threatened to sue the pornstar for violating the nondisclosure agreement 20 times. He also claimed that he had the right to sue her for $20 million in damages in the court documents he filed on Friday.
WSJ reported that Cohen has arranged $130,000 to Daniels in 2016, just a month before the presidential election so she could remain quiet about the alleged encounter.
According to The New York Times, Daniel's lawyer wrote a letter to Trump's lawyer Cohen offering to return the $130,000 payment in exchange for dissolving the so-called ''hush agreement.''