Court orders Donald Trump to pay Stormy Daniels’s suit legal fees

During the last months of the campaign, president trump faces more problems. California Superior Court judge has ordered President Donald Trump to pay $44,100 to Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels, to reimburse her attorneys’ fees in the legal battle surrounding her nondisclosure agreement. The judge’s order was issued Monday but posted online Friday by Clifford’s attorneys.

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Clifford also an adult-film actress who says she had an affair with Donald Trump from 2006 to 2007, which Trump denies the affair occurred. sign a $130,000 nondisclosure agreement with former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, who represented a shell company and a “David Dennison,” which Clifford contends is a pseudonym for Trump.

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Donald Trump and his legal team agreed outside of court not to sue or otherwise enforce the NDA. Clifford sued Trump in 2018, seeking to be released from the NDA. In response, The suit was dismissed and Clifford’s claims ruled moot, as the NDA had been rendered unenforceable. Monday’s decision was a response to Clifford’s efforts to be reimbursed for costs and attorney’s fees related to the case.

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Broadbelt also rejected an argument by Trump’s attorneys that the President was not liable for the fees because he had not signed the NDA., Broadbelt wrote in the judgement that since Trump had reimbursed Cohen for the $130,000 payment to Clifford. since the Trump legal team had earlier argued that a defamation suit filed against the President by Clifford should be handled by an arbitrator per the NDA, the President was effectively a party to the agreement.

In his decision this week, Judge Robert Broadbelt III ruled that Clifford was entitled to legal fees, finding her the “prevailing party” under California law, despite the case having been dismissed. The incident had been considered one of the backlash for President Trump during the election in November.

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