The porn actress alleging a sexual affair with President Donald Trump released a composite sketch Tuesday of the man she says threatened her in a Las Vegas parking lot to stay quiet about the relationship.
Daniels stated that one of the reasons she remembers the unidentified man that threatened her was because he was handsome.
"When I got in the elevator to go up to the floor I just remember I leaned against the wall because I couldn't feel my feet or my face", she said, adding that the incident "never left me". Tuesday was no different and "The View" co-host Whoopi Goldberg opened the "exclusive" interview by asking Daniels why she is appearing on the show despite being sued by Trump for speaking out.
Daniels said she didn't name the tour and considered the name "awful".
Daniels is battling Trump in court over a non-disclosure agreement regarding a settlement she allegedly signed with his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, whose offices were recently raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, sparking further legal clashes over attorney-client privilege. "I am making more money", Daniels said on The View.
The FBI raided Cohen's office, home, and hotel room and he is now facing off with federal prosecutors over the emails, tax records and business records seized in the raid.
Daniels said if she had reported the threat at the time, she would have had to reveal the affair and she "didn't want my life to turn upside down". I was really rattled.
She continued to 60 Minutes: "And then he leaned around and looked at my daughter and said, 'That's a lovely little girl". "I was in a parking lot, going to a fitness class with my infant daughter".
The adult actress released the sketch during an appearance on The View and described the man to be between 5'9 and 6ft with a lean and fit frame in his 30s or 40s.
"We're offering a $100K reward leading to the identification of this man, Daniels' much-in-the-spotlight attorney Michael Avenatti told the ladies of The View as the sketch of a man with wide-set eyes, a day's growth, well-defined cheekbones, and blow-dried hair loomed large on screen behind him. I wanted to make sure that people knew that I was taking it serious".
Avenatti also said he believes he knows who sent the man to issue the threat, but has yet to confirm this.
The sketch was drawn by Lois Gibson, a forensic artist whose bio claims that she has helped law enforcement identify 700 criminals with her sketches. Cohen's lawyers did not detail the type of legal work he did for Hannity. Daniels' lawyer said Trump will not see that money.