According to a lawsuit obtained by The Blast, Daniels claims she had an intimate relationship with Trump from the summer of 2006 that went well into the year 2007.
She claims that after the infamous "Access Hollywood" tape was released, she considered coming forward with her story. Shortly thereafter, Daniels says she was contacted by Trump's lawyer, Michael Cohen, who presented her with what she calls in the lawsuit a "hush agreement."
According to Daniels, the agreement did not refer to Trump by name; he was "David Dennison" while Daniels was "Peggy Peterson." The document referred to them by the initials "DD" and "PP."
Daniels claims both she and Cohen signed the agreement, but Trump never did. She believes "Mr. Trump purposely did not sign the agreement so that he could later, if need be, publicly disavow any knowledge of the Hush Agreement" and Daniels.
She goes on to say that once news of the existence of the agreement became public, Cohen "forced" her into signing a false statement claiming any reports of a relationship she had with Trump were false.
Daniels claims that when Cohen spoke of the agreement to the press, he was in breach and the agreement was void. That in combination with the lack of a signature from Trump, Daniels claims, means "there never was a valid agreement."
She is asking a judge to rule that the agreement is invalid or "otherwise unenforceable."
The White House has yet to comment on the suit ... and Trump has yet to tweet about it.