Stormy Daniels on Signing NDA: I Was Told ‘They Can Make Your Life Hell’ If I Didn’t

After talking about her past affair with President Trump and threats she received, Stormy Daniels on 60 Minutes finally touched upon the now-infamous non-disclosure agreement she signed months before the 2016 election.

She told Anderson Cooper that because “the story was coming out again,” she was “concerned for my family and their safety.”

Cooper brought up the criticism that she “saw an opportunity” and her safety wasn’t a priority. She countered that she “quickly said yes” and pointed to how the agreement was only for $130,000.

Cooper asked her why she would sign an NDA that was “untruthful.”

She responded, “Because they made it sound like I had no choice.”

It was not physical violence––though earlier in the interview she said someone threatened her young daughter––but she told Cooper, “The exact sentence used was, ‘They can make your life hell in many different ways.'”

When asked who “they” referred to, Daniels responded, “I’m not exactly sure who they were. I believe it to be Michael Cohen.”

Cohen recently denied that he ever threatened Daniels.

We will add the video once it’s available.

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