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Troll Level 11: Federal Judge Orders Porn “Star” Stormy Daniels To Pay President Trump Over A Quarter Million Bucks!

On Tuesday, a federal judge ordered that porn star Stormy Daniels hand over more than $293,000 in legal fees to President Donald Trump.

It was ordered by U.S. District Judge James Otero that Daniels, whose actual name is Stephanie Clifford, pay President Trump’s fees in her defamation case against him, which was dismissed by Otero in October of this year.

The porn star claimed that the President defamed her back in April when he sent out a tweet that mocked her claims that in 2011, she was threatened by a man to be quiet about her alleged decades-old affair with Trump.

It wasn’t long after that Daniels and her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, released to the public a forensic sketch of the man who she claimed threatened her. President Trump proceeded to post a photo of the sketch alongside an image of the porn star’s ex-husband.

When the defamation case fell through, President Trump’s lawyers requested that the porn star pay their legal fees, which had racked up to $340,000.

Judge Otero wrote that the President’s attorneys spent “excessive” time on doing their part for the case. He then ordered that Daniels pay roughly 75 percent of the President’s legal fees, adding on an additional $1,000 in sanctions.

The President’s attorney, Charles Harder, praised the judge’s Tuesday ruling as “a total victory for the President, and a total defeat for Stormy Daniels in this case.”

The Hill reports, “Daniels is still suing Trump and his longtime attorney Michael Cohen to void a nondisclosure agreement (NDA) about her alleged 2006 affair with Trump.”

Avenatti slammed the decision on Tuesday, in a statement to The Hill, saying that “Harder and Trump deserve each other because they are both dishonest.” He continued, “They received less than one half what they asked for because the request was gross and excessive. Stormy will never [have] to pay a dime because they owe her over $1 million in attorney’s fees and costs from the main NDA case, especially in light of Cohen’s guilty plea to a felony.”

The Hill explains:

Cohen has pleaded guilty to a number of financial crimes, including campaign finance law violations related to a payment he made to Daniels during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Federal prosecutors have recommended “substantial” prison time for the former Trump lawyer, who is set to be sentenced in federal court in New York on Wednesday.

In October, the President showed his approval for the dismissal of the porn star’s defamation suit. He celebrated with a tweet in which he called the actress “Horseface,” then dubbed Avenatti a “3rd rate lawyer.”

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