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Stormy Daniels to release tell-all book about Trump scandal, life as a stripper

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Adult film actress Stormy Daniels, who has claimed she had a sexual encounter with U.S. President Donald Trump a decade ago, said on Wednesday that she has written a no holds barred memoir about her running legal battles with Trump and her life as a stripper.

Daniels, 39, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, said on ABC’s “The View” that her book, “Full Disclosure,” would be released by St. Martin’s Press, a subsidiary of MacMillan Publishers, on Oct. 2.

Trump has denied having an affair with Daniels.

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Daniels said she wrote about her work as well as suing Trump. Her lawsuit seeks to void a non-disclosure agreement she signed just before the 2016 presidential election to remain silent about what she has called an “intimate” relationship with Trump.

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She claimed in the lawsuit, filed in March in Los Angeles, that the non-disclosure agreement was invalid and she was free to publicly discuss her relationship with Trump because he never signed it.

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Trump’s longtime personal lawyer Michael Cohen has pleaded guilty to violating federal election law by paying Daniels $130,000 not to disclose information that would be harmful to Trump.

“You didn’t really think I’d hold anything back?” Daniels said on TV on Wednesday.

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St. Martin’s Press said in a statement that Daniels’ book would describe “the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and behind the scenes attempts to intimidate her.”

In April, Daniels filed a defamation lawsuit against Trump in a Manhattan court claiming that he had falsely attacked her truthfulness.

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Earlier this year, Daniels said that in 2011 she was assailed by a man in a Las Vegas Parking Lot who threatened her if she discussed her alleged sexual encounter with Trump. In a tweet Trump described her claim as a “total con job.”

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