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Friday, 16 February 2018

Former Playboy model speaks out about 2006 affair with Trump

Donald Trump with former Playboy model Karen McDougal in a photo that she posted in 2015. (KAREN MCDOUGAL VIA TWITTER)
A former Playboy model has opened up about her affair with the future President Trump, despite selling the details to a gossip media group that “caught and killed” her story.
Karen McDougal, a former model who has recently found God and regretted parts of her past, spoke to the New Yorker for a story about the nine-month affair she had with Trump in 2006, shortly after his marriage to his third wife Melania.
The 46-year-old confirmed a Wall Street Journal report from shortly before the 2016 election that she was paid $150,000 by American Media Inc., the publisher of the National Enquirer, for the account of any account of any affair she had with a “then-married man.”
That “then-married man” was the then-reality star of “The Apprentice,” who she met at a Playboy Mansion party.
She wrote in private notes obatined by the New Yorker that she would visit him at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where he always ordered steak and mashed potatoes, and that he offered her money after the first time they had sex.
McDougal said she sold her story to the company that runs the National Enquirer. (MARY ALTAFFER/AP)
"We talked for a couple hours – then, it was “ON”! We got naked + had sex," she wrote.
"I looked at him (+ felt sad) + said, ‘No thanks - I’m not ‘that girl.’ I slept w/you because I like you - NOT for money’ - He told me ‘you are special.'" 
Trump would also allegedly fly her across the country to have sex at events including the Lake Tahoe golf tournament where he allegedly began an affair with pornstar Stormy Daniels.
Trump denied the New Yorker report, as the White House has done with news about Daniels, despite the fact that Trump lawyer Michael Cohen confirmed that he paid her $130,000 out of his own pocket.
The model said she had sex with Trump at a July 2006 golf event. Above, Trump at the event. (DINO VOURNAS/AP)
McDougal's journal entries say that her relationship with the future President included meeting members of his family, and that Trump told her his son Eric pointed to her when he asked him who he thought the most beautiful woman at the party was.
Those around McDougal said that she ended the relationship in April 2007 after nine months because of guilty and thinking “what her mother thought of her.”
She was also allegedly offended by Trump comments including telling one of her friends who had a relationship with a black man that she liked “the big black d---.”
The New Yorker story also recounts the process through which McDougal sold her story to American Media, during which she says she was misled about the extent to which her agreement, which she only received $82,500 of after others took a cut, silenced her.
McDougal says that she regrets some parts of her past. (GREGG DEGUIRE/WIREIMAGE)
Ronan Farrow, who wrote Friday's piece after a bombshell expose on Harvey Weinstein, said in an interview on NPR’s Morning Edition that the agreement shows the leverage that the tabloid empire controlled by David Pecker holds over the President.
American Media denied having any leverage, as well as claims from McDougal that it did not live up to its end of the agreement to give her a fitness column.
The former model says she worries what will happen now that she has decided to speak out, but says she was prompted to do so by the emergence of the Daniels revelations and the openness of the #MeToo movement.
McDougal also said that recent health issues she believes stem from her breast implants have made her look again at her choices.
"As I was sick and feeling like I was dying and bedridden, all I could do was pray to live. But now I pray to live right, and make right with the wrongs that I have done," she said.
She added that she hopes other women think twice before signing agreements that protect powerful men, something Farrow called “the moral compromises of silence.”

- ny news 

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