Stormy Daniels reportedly kept a dress she wore while seeing Trump

  • Stormy Daniels, the porn star who says she had an affair with Donald Trump, has kept a dress she says she wore while seeing him, according to a friend and fellow porn star, Alana Evans.
  • Evans said she didn’t know why Daniels allegedly kept the dress, but theorised it could have have been a “keepsake” or for “proof.”

Stormy Daniels, the porn star who says she had an affair with Donald Trump in 2006, has kept a dress that she wore after meeting him, according to Daniels’s friend and fellow porn star Alana Evans.

“All I know is that Stormy still has the dress that she wore from that night,” Evans said to CNN correspondent Jim Sciutto on Monday.

Asked why Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, still kept the dress, Evans suggested she may have kept the dress because of sentimental value or for proof of the alleged relationship.

“Maybe a keepsake? Maybe it’s because it’s actual proof?,” Evans said. “I can only speculate the things that may be on that dress, especially if it’s never been washed.”

Evans appeared to hint at the infamous blue dress that belonged to former White House intern Monica Lewinsky. Lewinsky reportedly kept a dress that contained a semen stain during her affair with President Bill Clinton, which was later analysed by the FBI.

The FBI concluded “to a reasonable degree of scientific certainty” that Lewinsky’s dress contained Clinton’s bodily fluid.

Evans is also planning to sue Micheal Cohen, Trump’s personal attorney, in a defamation case, according to The Daily Beast.

Cohen and Cliffords’s attorney, Michael Avenatti, have traded barbs after Cliffords brought her own defamation suit against Cohen. Cliffords initially took Cohen and Trump to court in order to release her from a nondisclosure agreement that prevented her from commenting on the alleged affair.

Both Cohen and the White House denied Cliffords’s allegations of a sexual affair.

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