Porn star launches new sex shop one day before going public with Trump allegations

*Warning for graphic content. 

Women accusing Donald Trump of some sort of sexual misconduct have been coming out of the woodwork, many with salacious claims but dubious stories. The latest to come after Trump for something he supposedly did ages ago is a porn star who just coincidentally opened an online sex store the day before she came out as a Trump accuser.

Last week Adult film actress Jessica Drake came out with “attorney to the stars” Gloria Allred in tow to claim that back in 2006 Donald Trump made unwanted sexual advances to her in Lake Tahoe, Nevada.

On October 22, Drake held a press conference claiming that in 2006 Trump offered her $10,000 to sleep with him. It was about a year after he married Melania, Drake carefully noted.

The porn star also produced a photo of she and Trump taken that day.

But as it turns out, on Saturday Drake had something more than allegations to sell. It seems that the day before her press conference, the porn star had launched a porn website with videos entitled “Jessica Drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex,” “BDSM for Beginners,” and a series of videos featuring “Jessica-approved” sexual wellness tools, the Daily Mail reported.

“I am thrilled to create a one-stop shop for everything about ‘Guide to Wicked Sex,’ including all of the amazing products that will enhance your sex life and bring you and your partner closer together,” Drake said in a press release posted to XBiz.com. “We have your favorite Jessica Drake videos, toys, novelties, and, thanks to Wicked Sensual Care, we have an amazing variety of products, including luxurious vegan, PETA-certified lubes, creams and lotions for him and her!”

But now it appears that after the accusations and after people began to talk about the porn star’s website, it was temporarily taken down.

Whatever Drake’s real motivations, the Trump campaign completely denied that anything like what Drake alleged ever happened.

“This story is totally false and ridiculous,” the Trump campaign said after the woman’s press conference.

“The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump,” the statement continued.

“Mr. Trump does not know this person, does not remember this person and would have no interest in ever knowing her.”

“Anyone who would pay thugs to incite violence at a rally against American citizens, as was released on video, will stop at nothing. Just another example of the Clinton campaign trying to rig the election,” the Trump campaign concluded.

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