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Ex-Playboy Model Sues to Break Silence on Trump

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« on: March 21, 2018, 12:22:55 pm »

Apparently, she "sold her story" to the National Enquirer, expecting that they would publish it.  Instead, the Enquirer buried the story, and informed Ms. McDougal that they now owned her story, and she no longer had any legal right to tell it to anybody.  In other words, according to AMI, they effectively owned that part of her life, and it was, now, illegal for her to tell anybody what happened during that part of her life.

This case differs from Stormy's case, in that Cohen directly paid her (Stormy) the money.  However, although the agreement had a signature line for "David Dennison", which an accompanying document (from Trumps's lawyer, Mr. Cohen) identified as an alias for Donald Trump, the David Dennison signature line was unsigned.  In order for such a document to be legally binding, it must be signed by both parties to the agreement.

I do believe that McDougal has complained that HER attorney who made arrangments with AMI on her behalf was doing more for Trump than for her. Another words, she got screwed by her attorney in the end. There seems to be a lot of said 'screwing' by attorneys hired by clients who end up doing more for the opposition. In my opinion, there should be an invesdtigation into such practice that should be brought to the bar association's attention.

Cohen should be greatly investigated and brought before the bar. He woould better serve the Mafia.
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