Long before signing a “hush agreement,” porn star Stormy Daniels took a lie detector test about her sexual relationship with Donald Trump — and the examiner found a more than 99% probability she was truthful when she said that they had unprotected sex in 2006.
The X-rated actress took the test at the request of InStyle Magazine, which had conducted a lengthy interview with her about her year-long affair with Trump. But the interview was never published because Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen threatened the magazine with a lawsuit.
Daniels recently filed a lawsuit asking that her “hush agreement” be nulled because, while she and Cohen signed, Trump never did.
She has offered to return the $130,000 that Cohen paid her in exchange for her silence about the steamy affair, which began just a few weeks after First Lady Melania gave birth to Trump’s youngest son, Barron, according to court records.