Adult film actress Stormy Daniels is set to release a memoir about her life and career, plus some details regarding the alleged relationship with President Donald Trump. The book is titled “Full Disclosure” and it’s scheduled to come out Oct. 2.
Daniels will provide information that supposedly leads up to a nondisclosure agreement and some alleged attempts to “intimidate her,” Entertainment Weekly reports.
The adult film actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, gained notoriety on social media when she and lawyer Michael Avenatti filed a lawsuit against President Donald Trump, which came to light on March 6. She also mentioned an NDA presented to her before the 2016 election, signed by Trump’s then personal attorney, Michael Cohen. She claimed the NDA was invalid because Trump did not sign it. If invalid, then she would likely be permitted to speak of the information included in the NDA, rather than remaining silent.
Daniels also made claims that she was paid $130,000 “hush money” in order to not speak of an alleged affair that she claims happened with Trump. That affair is rumored to have happened in 2006.
EW quoted Daniels as saying, “I own my story and the choices I made,” she writes in the book, per St. Martin’s. “They may not be the ones you would have made, but I stand by them.”
What Daniels’ book reveals about the alleged affair with Trump is yet to be seen.