Stormy Daniels’ Lawyer Is Threatening To Reveal Pics Of Trump’s Awful Dong

Oh, lord. Here we go. The on-going lawsuit between President Donald Trump and adult film star Stormy Daniels was already threatening to make public a whole mess of stuff that your average punter probably doesn’t need in their brain. But now lawyers for Daniels have decided to bring out the big guns: They may, or may not, have nude photos of the goddamned President.

A quick catch-up for those not across this whole debacle: Trump and Daniels reportedly had a sexual encounter (christ) in 2006, after meeting at a celebrity golf tournament in Nevada. This affair is said to have occurred barely a year after Trump had married current wife Melania who was, depending on what reported timeline you believe, either heavily pregnant with, or at home nursing, their son Barron.

While the 2016 Presidential campaign was in full-swing – the one that Donald Trump actually won and ascended to the office of President, in case you haven’t fully accepted it yet – Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Dean Coen is said to have paid Daniels US$130,000 to keep quiet about the affair and deny it publicly, tying her to a reasonably shaky-looking nondisclosure agreement.

Daniels has since filed suit in an effort to invalidate that NDA, contending that the contract is null and void because Trump himself never signed it.

Got all that?


Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, appeared on US cable channel MSNBC a short while ago and discussed the lawsuit with host Ari Melber. Among the litany of other claims Avenatti asserted regarding the case, he extremely strongly hinted that they have photos of Trump in compromising positions.

Or, to read between the lines on that thinly-veiled threat, Stormy Daniels’ legal team has photos of Donald’s dick.

Christ alive.

The leaking of any compromising photos of ah… the Donald… is an abhorrent invasion of privacy that shouldn’t really be inflicted on anyone, but the legal nature of the case coupled with the lax nature of American laws means this now feels less like a threat and more like an inevitability. And to that end social media is in unanimous agreement: No thank you.

These are the Bad Times™ we live in, mates. The darkest timeline of all.