Stormy Daniels announces that she will testify in Alvin Bragg's case against Trump

 January 17, 2024

Former adult film star Stormy Daniels announced this past weekend that she will testify against former President Donald Trump in a case brought by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.

However, ABC News noted how Bragg's office has thus far refused to comment on Daniels' statement. 

Daniels describes situations as being "next level crazy"

According to the network, Daniels made her announcement on Sunday's episode of her podcast "Beyond the Norm," saying, "Obviously, things have been next level crazy since I am set to testify in, at this point in time, March."

However, Daniel's attorney told ABC News that he had no information regarding what role his client will play in the former president's trial.

"That will be their call," Clark Brewster was quoted as saying of the Manhattan district attorney's office. He added, "I have no clue as to their timing, strategy, and whether they will call her as a witness."

ABC News recalled how Brewster revealed in a social media post last spring that he and Daniels had a meeting with Bragg's staff.

Daniels previously agreed to make herself available as a witness

"At the request of the Manhattan DA’s office Stormy Daniels and I met with prosecutors today," the attorney wrote in March of 2023.

"Stormy responded to questions and has agreed to make herself available as a witness, or for further inquiry if needed," he stressed.

Brewster's post came roughly two weeks before Bragg brought a multi-count indictment against Trump which accused him of falsifying business records in order to disguise hush money paid to Daniels.

Trump denounced indictment as "election interference"

As Fox News reported at the time, Bragg maintains that the money was paid ahead of the 2016 presidential election in order to keep Daniels quiet about an alleged affair.

Bragg further asserts that this payment represented an undisclosed campaign expenditure made in violation of federal law.

Fox News observed that for his part, Trump characterized Bragg's indictment as being "political persecution" as well as "election interference at the highest level in history."

"The Democrats have lied, cheated and stolen in their obsession with trying to 'Get Trump,' but now they've done the unthinkable—indicting a completely innocent person in an act of blatant Election Interference," he declared.

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