"'Leave Mr. Trump alone, ' I was scared", Daniels said Tuesday, recalling the encounter.
The adult film actress unveiled the image on ABC's The View, immediately prompting online speculation about the identity of the even-featured young man in a hoodie. "I didn't want my life to turn upside down", Daniels said.
The social media antics aside, on "The View" Tuesday Daniels expressed fear and elaborated on why she initially didn't publicly discuss the alleged threat.
The disclosure of the drawing and the announcement of the monetary reward on ABC's "The View" mark yet another theatrical twist in the dramatic public feud between the porn star and President Donald Trump. The magazine backed out of the agreement after Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen threatened to sue, two former employees of the magazine told CBS' "60 Minutes". The legal document stated she'd keep quiet about her alleged affair with Trump, but Avenatti is seeking to nullify said agreement since Trump himself never signed it. "I was in a parking lot, going to a fitness class with my infant daughter". He said, 'Beautiful little girl, it would be a shame if something happened to her mom.
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She said that she didn't approach the police because then she would have been forced to reveal to the police department, and the world, that "I had sex with Donald Trump".
According to The Huffington Post, the man who allegedly threatened Daniels is described as "lean but fit", and is between 5 foot 9 inches and 6 feet. Cohen's lawyers did not detail the type of legal work he did for Hannity, who frequently defends Trump and assails the president's critics in a combative manner.
When asked why she didn't go to police, Daniels said she chose to stay silent because her husband didn't know about her alleged Trump tryst.
Avenatti shot back that McCain's assumptions were "just not accurate" and explained that the judge on Cohen's case granted him access to the hearing, stated that she'd hear from Avenatti on any issue that he wanted to speak about, and recognized that both he and his client had standing in connection with the case. No money was exchanged between her and Trump after their one night together. Asked by host Anderson Cooper if she considered the incident a direct threat, she said yes, adding, "Absolutely".