MICHAEL Avenatti, the attorney of Stormy Daniels, revealed a sketch of the "thug" porn star who threatened her to stand silent for a sexual affair she claims she had with US President Donald Trump.
The drawing published on ABC's The View on Tuesday shows a man with a beard, the hair pushed back from his face and wearing a hoodie, reported New York Post .
The man was described as between 5 feet 9 and 6 feet high and "lean but fit."
Mr. Avenatti invited viewers to send their tips to email@example.com because he and Mrs Daniels offer a $ 100,000 reward to the one who identifies him.  "If you positively identify him, we will pay you $ 100,000 because we will get to the bottom of who this is," he said on the show. "We think we know who sent him, but we will confirm it."
Asked how she remembered such details about a man she flew seven years ago, said Mrs Daniels that he was "beautiful."
"That's why he stood before me, because I honestly thought he was kind of beautiful when I saw him when I parked, I thought there was no man," she said.
Mrs Daniels, who claims she had an affair with Mr. Trump after meeting him at a celebrity golfer tournament in 2006, said she was contacted by the unidentified man who told her to "leave Trump alone."
Madam Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, said the incident happened in a Las Vegas car park in 2011.
"And a guy walked up to me and said to me," Let Trump be alone. Forget about the story, "she said during an interview at CBS & # 39; 60 minutes "last month." And then he leaned and looked at my daughter and said, "It's a beautiful little girl. It would be a shame if something happened to her mother." And then he was gone. "
Mr. Avenatti earlier this month said that Mrs Daniels worked with a sketch partner to bring a picture of the man.  He used his Twitter account earlier Tuesday to promote the release of the sketch.
] "Tomorrow on @TheView, @stormydaniels and I will release the composite sketch of thug who threatened my client and her little girl in Las Vegas," he wrote. "This is a search for truth."  Mrs Daniels and Mr Avenatti have been in a legal battle with Mr Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen over a nondisclosure agreement she signed before the 2016 election and received a $ 130,000 payment from Mr Cohen.  They claim that the agreement is not valid because Trump never signed the legal papers.
The FBI raided Mr. Coh's office, home and hotel room last week and sought information and documents about the payment in question. 19659005] This article was originally viewed in New York Post and has been published here with permission.