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13 April 2018, 01:58 | Floyd Cook
National Enquirer allegedly paid doorman with gossip on Trump $30,000 to keep quiet President Donald Trump
The doorman, Dino Sajudin, spoke out after reports published Thursday morning detailed his agreement with American Media Inc., the publisher of The National Enquirer that included a $30,000 payment for the exclusive rights to the story.
The woman at the center of the story "emphatically" denied to the wire service that she had an affair with Trump.
Sources told ABC News that, according to the warrant, which mentioned Trump by name, investigators also sought records related to an AMI payment to former Playboy model Karen McDougal, who claimed she had a 10-month affair with Trump from 2006 to 2007, as well as details about Cohen's interactions with adult-film star Stormy Daniels, who claims she had a one-night stand with Trump in 2006. She is now suing AMI to invalidate her contract, claiming that she was convinced to sign under false pretenses, and that Cohen and AMI worked secretly with Davidson as part of a "broad effort to silence and intimidate" her.
Although Sajudin's $30,000 pales in comparison to McDougal's, the kicker is a clause that subjects him to a $1 million penalty should he break his contract with A.M.I., which later claimed that his story was bogus. The National Enquirer never ran her story either and only ran a small portion of the columns that were agreed to.
Her mom lives in a modest neighborhood in Queens, N.Y. When reached by The Associated Press, she said, "This is all fake". "I knew that I couldn't talk about any alleged affair with any married man, but I didn't really understand the whole content of what I gave up", McDougal said.
"This establishes a pattern now", said Farrow.
Ronan's six sources on the Dino story are all skeptical about the truth behind Dino's love child claims, however, they are adamant that AMI made sure to shut down the story one way or the other. "AMI doesn't go around cutting checks for $30,000 and then not using the information", former AMI editor and reporter Jerry George said.
On Wednesday, an Enquirer sister publication, RadarOnline, published details of the payment and the rumor that Sajudin was peddling.
When the journal started probing into the payments made by the Enquirer to tipsters during the 2016 election, the company only released Sajudin from his contract.
During AP's reporting, AMI threatened legal action over reporters' efforts to interview current and former employees and hired the NY law firm Boies Schiller Flexner, which challenged the accuracy of the AP's reporting. Sajudin declined to speak with either organisation, and both cited as their sources legal documents as well as multiple current and former A.M.I. employees.
"Paying for information has always been a practice of The National Enquirer and to suggest that it has only paid for, and not run, stories about any particular person is absurd".
News reports have not been able to confirm Sajudin's story and The Enquirer could not prove the story to be true and opted not to publish it. Fortunately, the First Amendment does not play politics.
AMI executive Dylan Howard, who now serves as the Enquirer's chief content officer, told reporters last summer that executives supposedly made the payment to Sajudin in order to secure the tip, which he said would have sold "hundreds of thousands" of magazines. Neither named the woman or the child.
United States president Donald Trump has courted controversies and has nearly become synonymous with the word, thanks to his alleged association with pornstar Stormy Daniels and several women accusing him of sexual assault. Farrow also said that the mother of the alleged Trump daughter refused comment.
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