On Thursday a federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed Stormy Daniels’ lawsuit seeking to void a nondisclosure agreement with President Donald Trump about an alleged affair.
Daniels said she wanted a court to declare the agreement illegal so she could speak out without fear of financial penalties if she violated the agreement.
But the Judge wasn’t having any of it.
Los Angeles Times report that Stormy Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, may now have to return a $130,000 payment from Michael Cohen.
According to the Los Angeles Times, Judge S. James Otero ruled that the suit was irrelevant after Stormy Daniels “received exactly what she wanted” when Trump and Cohen agreed to rescind a nondisclosure agreement Daniels signed in exchange for a $130,000 payment.
“Combined with the attorneys’ fees and sanctions award in the president’s favor totaling $293,000, the president has achieved total victory,” Trump lawyer Charles Harder said, referring to Stormy Daniels’ defamation suit. That amount doesn’t include the $130,000 payment.
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