Stormy’s lawyer plays creepy game of gotcha by posting photo of a ‘mystery disc’

Is the media cooking another nothing-burger?

In a Thursday tweet, Stormy Daniels’ lawyer hinted at possessing incriminating evidence of President Trump’s alleged affair with the porn star, sharing a photo of a mysterious computer disc ahead of his Sunday night “60 Minutes” interview.

“If ‘a picture is worth a thousand words,’ how many words is this worth?????” Michael Avenatti tweeted, adding the hashtags  “#60minutes,” “#pleasedenyit,” and “#basta” (Spanish for “enough”).

The attorney will sit down with CBS’s “60 Minutes” on Sunday. Avenatti’s cryptic tweet seemed to suggest photos or videos proving that the president had a sexual relationship with his client, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford.

(Photo Credit: Hoo-Me.com/ MediaPunch/IPX).

One Twitter user speculated that Aventatti was teasing footage of Clifford taking a lie detector test, which the lawyer denied.

Clifford is currently suing to void a nondisclosure agreement that keeps her from speaking about her alleged 2006 affair with President Trump.

Weeks before the presidential election, Trump attorney Michael Cohen paid the adult entertainer $130,000, which he has claimed came from his personal funds.

(Credit: MPIO4/MediaPunch/IPX).

Clifford’s suit is based on the argument that the nondisclosure agreement is invalid because President Trump himself didn’t sign it.

Last month, she claimed it became void when Cohen publicly acknowledged the payment. “Everything is off now, and Stormy is going to tell her story,” Clifford’s manager said at the time.

(Photo: MySpace).

The White House has repeatedly denied the affair.

 

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel

Luis Miguel is a South Florida-based writer covering politics, society, and culture.
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