President Trump is the subject of another sexual exposé.
A Friday New Yorker report by Ronan Farrow, the journalist who blew the lid on the sexual misconduct allegations of Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, accused the president of a nine-month extramarital affair with Former Playboy Playmate of the Year Karen McDougal.
Former Playboy Playmate, Karen McDougal. She claims that she had a tryst with Trump in 2006, the year after he married Melania pic.twitter.com/zIV8zZgdaZ
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Farrow wrote that a friend of McDougal’s named John Crawford provided the New Yorker with an eight-page document handwritten by the model, in which she described her alleged tryst with the future president from beginning to end.
According to the document, which McDougal confirmed she wrote, the former Playmate met the New York billionaire in 2006 when he was at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles filming an episode of “The Apprentice.”
She said the president “immediately took a liking to me, kept talking to me — telling me how beautiful I was etc.
“It was so obvious that a Playmate Promotions exec said, ‘Wow, he was all over you — I think you could be his next wife.”
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The model, whom Playboy readers voted the second best “Playmate of the ’90s” behind Pamela Anderson, recalled being smitten by the real estate mogul.
“I was so nervous! I was into his intelligence + charm. Such a polite man. We talked for a couple hours — then, it was ‘ON’! We got naked + had sex.”
McDougal claimed that President Trump offered her money after sex, but that she refused.
“I looked at him (+ felt sad) + said, ‘No thanks — I’m not ‘that girl.’ I slept w/you because I like you — NOT for money’ — He told me ‘you are special.”
She then said that she “went to see him every time he was in LA (which was a lot).”
McDougal claimed President Trump took her to a number of public events. At an “Apprentice” party at the Playboy Mansion, he reportedly asked his son Eric “who he thought was the most beautiful girl here + Eric pointed me. Mr. T said ‘He has great taste’ + we laughed!”
The former Playmate said she ended the affair in 2007 due to feelings of guilt.
American Media, Inc, the publisher of The National Enquirer and other tabloid, allegedly purchased the exclusive rights to McDougal’s story 2016–but never published it.
The Farrow piece accused AMI chairman David Pecker, a personal friend of President Trump, of burying the story.
McDougal told The New Yorker the agreement limits what she can say about her relationship with the president. She refused to speak about the alleged affair, but said she regretted signing the contract.
“It took my rights away,” she said. “At this point I feel I can’t talk about anything without getting into trouble, because I don’t know what I’m allowed to talk about. I’m afraid to even mention his name.”
The report came days after porn star Stormy Daniels said she will soon speak freely about an alleged affair she had with President Trump in 2006.
A White House spokesperson called the McDougal allegations “old story that is just more fake news.”