The US Supreme Court refused to consider the claim of a porn actress against Trump

According to court documents, the US Supreme Court refused to consider the claim of former model and porn actress Stormy Daniels, who accused former President Donald Trump of defamation.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, became the object of public attention in 2018, when the Wall Street Journal, citing a source, wrote that shortly before Trump’s nomination for the presidential election, his lawyer Michael Cohen paid the actress 130 thousand dollars as part of a non-disclosure agreement with her relationship with the president. The White House denied this information.

Later, when the actress told the media that an unknown man threatened her and her child connected with the disclosure of information about the connection with Trump, the president accused Daniels of lying. In response, she sued, accusing him of libel, but the court in New York refused to consider the case.

As the Supreme Court said on Monday, without explaining the details of the decision, the actress was denied consideration of the claim.

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