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Stormy Daniels Has a 'Monica Lewinsky Dress' from Alleged Donald Trump Affair, Will Test It for DNA

By TheBlast Staff

Stormy Daniels pulled a Monica Lewinsky and held on to the dress she wore to an alleged hotel rendezvous with President Donald Trump, and now we are told she's going to get it tested for DNA to back up her story.

Sources close to Daniels tell The Blast the shimmering gold mini dress with a plunging neckline was kept in pristine condition after her alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Trump at the Lake Tahoe hotel suite.

We're told Daniels is planning on having the dress forensically tested to search for any DNA that proves she isn't lying about her tryst with Trump, including samples of skin, hair or ... anything.

As we previously reported, Daniels has notified Trump's legal team that she believes a 2016 agreement has been breached between her and attorney Michael Cohen and now she is free and clear to spill all the juicy details about the infamous night.

Michael Cohen revealed this week that he had paid Daniels $130,000 out of his own pocket and tried to minimize Trump's involvement by stating, "Neither the Trump Organization nor the Trump campaign was a party to the transaction with Ms. Clifford, and neither reimbursed me for the payment, either directly or indirectly."

If the dress story sounds familiar, that's because it's very similar to Monica Lewinsky keeping her stained navy-blue GAP cocktail dress after allegedly performing oral sex on President Bill Clinton in the Oval Office. The dress was part of an actual investigation and the FBI later determined to a high percentage of accuracy that Clinton's bodily fluids were the source of the stain.

Obviously, Stormy and her legal team would need a test sample from POTUS too, but any DNA that may be extracted from her dress that could possibly prove Trump was with her in the hotel room will be a big deal.



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