Porn star Stormy Daniels is taking yet another shot at bringing down President Trump.
On Monday, Daniels and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, filed a defamation lawsuit against President Trump.
The New Lawsuit
The latest suit is meant to address the most recent comments made by the President against Daniels.
The comments Avenatti is focusing on are the tweets sent out by the President of the man who allegedly threatened Stormy Daniels in a parking lot.
Dozens of people had made comparisons of the sketch, the most famous being of Daniels’ ex.
President Trump retweeted that comparison and now Daniels is coming after him for it.
Daniels has every right to be worried.
If it is found she made up the threat, she could face charges for fabricating the incident.
Daniels is now looking for damages in excess of $75,000.
She is claiming that due to Trump’s tweet, she “would be subjected to threats of violence, economic harm, and reputational damage.”
Mind you, ever since Daniels came forward, she has been locking down six-figure appearance fees and is booked for months at strip clubs.
Response to Setback
This latest suit is no doubt a response to a massive setback Avenatti and Daniels realized recently.
Due to Cohen’s federal legal problems, Cohen received a 90-day stay on the Daniels case.
This was done because Cohen had informed the court he would have to take the 5th in that case because any response could incriminate him in the federal case.
Avenatti and Daniels had hoped to have that case in the courts as soon as possible, so the stay was a huge setback.
They also have to consider the fact that if the Cohen federal case drags on, their lawsuit could be put on the backburner for years.