8 Of The Craziest Details From Stormy Daniels' Interview With Anderson Cooper — Including How She Was Threatened In Front Of Her Daughter

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Adult Film Star Stormy Daniels On 60 Minutes About Her Affair With Donald Trump
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She could be fined $1 million dollars just for talking.

Adult film star Stormy Daniels, 39, risked being fined one million dollars when she went on air with Anderson Cooper Sunday night.

Daniels appeared on 60 Minutes and detailed her account of the alleged relationship and hush agreement she had with President Donald Trump, 71. Cooper called it the “most talked about hush agreement in history,” as it has been all over the news since the business mogul became president in 2016.

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She was paid off by Trump’s attorney to keep quiet about the affair, which Trump has denied. The hush agreement states that whenever Daniels speaks about the incident she will be fined $1 million.

The Celebrity Apprentice star chanced a large sum of money to spill the beans on Mr. President and their alleged sexual relationship in 2006.

Here are the craziest details Daniels shared on 60 Minutes:

1. Daniels spanked Trump the first time she met him.

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Daniels said she first met with Trump for dinner. He mostly talked about himself, showing off a magazine cover he was on, she said.

"Someone should take that magazine and spank you with it,” Daniels told Trump after she had had enough of his gloating.

She told Cooper he was in complete shock after she spoke to him like that.

"’Give me that,’ and I just remember him going, ‘You wouldn't.’ ‘Hand it over.’ And-- so he did, and I was like, ‘turn around, drop 'em,’” Daniels recalled. “So he turned around and pulled his pants down a little -- you know had underwear on and stuff and I just gave him a couple swats.”

2. Trump didn’t use a condom.

Cooper brought up the fact that condom use in the porn industry has become a big problem. He used that to transition into asking if Trump had used protection when she allegedly had sex with him.

Her answer was no.

3. Melania Trump had a baby just months before the alleged affair.

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Cooper questioned whether or not Trump ever mentioned his wife, Melania, or being married.

“I asked,” Daniels replied. “And he brushed it aside, said, ‘Oh yeah, yeah, you know, don't worry about that. We don't even -- we have separate rooms and stuff.’”

4. Someone threatened Daniels for telling her story to a publication.

A sister branch of In Touch magazine agreed to pay Daniels $15,000 to publish a story about her affair with Trump. She later learned that the article never ran because Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, threatened to sue.

A few weeks later, Daniels said a man approached her in a Las Vegas parking lot and made a direct threat.

"Leave Trump alone. Forget the story,” the man said, according to Daniels. Then, he looked at her daughter and said, "That's a beautiful little girl. It'd be a shame if something happened to her mom."

5. Daniels was paid $130,000 to remain quiet.

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The president’s attorney offered Daniels a large chunk of money to sign a non-disclosure agreement in which she never spoke of her affair with Trump.

Daniels said she agreed to sign the contract because it was what she thought was best for her family. She was worried about the effects the affair would have on her daughter.

The adult film star signed the “strict contract” just 11 days before the 2016 election.

“I turned down a large payday multiple times because one, I didn't wanna kiss and tell and be labeled all the things that I'm being labeled now,” Daniels continued. “I didn't wanna take away from the legitimate and legal, I'd like to point out, career that I've worked very hard to establish. And most importantly, I did not want my family and my child exposed to all the things that she's being exposed to right now.”

According to CBS, Cohen has denied ever paying Daniels to keep her mouth shut.

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6. She says she's not a victim.

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Although her claims of an affair with Trump came just as the #MeToo allegations were exploding, Daniels wants everyone to know she is not a victim.

“This is not a 'Me Too.' I was not a victim,” she told Cooper. “I've never said I was a victim. I think trying to use me to -- to further someone else's agenda does horrible damage to people who are true victims.”

She later went on to say she did not want to have sex with Trump but it was completely consensual because she never said “no.”

“I didn't say no,” she said. “I'm not a victim.”

7. Daniels is worried about the repercussions of telling her story.

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When Daniels expressed her concern about the possible outcomes of the interview, Cooper brought up some likely positive things that could come from her honesty.

“I'm opening myself up for, you know, possible danger and definitely a whole lot of s***,” she said. “I could also get shunned. I mean, I could automatically be alienating half of my fan base right at this very moment.

8. She had something to say about Trump's denial. 

“The president watches 60 Minutes if he's watching tonight, what would you say to him?” Cooper asked.

“He knows I'm telling the truth,” Daniels replied.

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