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Stormy Daniels Vows to ‘Go to Jail’ Before Paying Trump Nearly $300k in Court-Ordered Attorney Fees

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Last night, we reported that it was the end of the line for Stormy Daniels in her appeal of the court order that she reimburse the 45th President Donald Trump nearly $300k in attorney’s fees.

Twitter user Crystal Smith tweeted about the situation, “The appeals court upheld the ruling.. Stormy Daniels owes Trump $300,000 plus appeals costs!”

@StormyDaniels better hit that stripper pole hard!!!! LMFAO,” Smith added, tagging the porn star.

Daniels inexplicably responded to Smith and vowed, “I will go to jail before I pay a penny.”

 

 

Later, Daniels continued to be defiant and suggested that Trump miscategorized what she claims occurred.

Kellyanne Conway started things off by quote tweeting the statement by Trump that was tweeted by his spokeswoman, Liz Harrington.

“The Porn People Imploded,” Conway noted.

Undeterred, journalist Robert Lusetich replied, “Trump reimbursed @MichaelCohen212 the 130 grand he gave Clifford. Just out of the goodness of his heart.”

Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen then quote tweetd Lusetich and said, “The defeated former guys’ statement has absolutely nothing to do with the well established fact that he did have an affair with @StormyDaniels…it’s not even what the case is about. Either he’s lying again or didn’t read his own lawsuit…or both!”

Daniels then responded, “Woah! I never said it was an affair. I have said over and over that he CORNERED ME coming out of a bathroom. Well…I guess to him, that IS an affair. Seems to be his pattern.”

 

 


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