Jessica Drake is supporting fellow adult entertainer Stormy Daniels claims that she was threatened by someone to keep quiet about her affair with President Donald Trump.
In an interview with “Good Morning America” airing Monday, Drake — who claims she refused a $10,000 payment to have sex with Trump after meeting at a Lake Tahoe golf event in 2006 — said Daniels’ story checks out.
“She actually told me about the threat twice,” Drake told ABC News. “So the first time she told me about the threat was shortly after it happened. She relayed the experience to me. I said something like, ‘I’m so sorry, I can’t even imagine. What are you going to do?'”
Recently, Daniels and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, released a sketch of the man who she says threatened her, based on Daniels’ recollection of the incident that occurred in a parking lot in 2011. Daniels previously said she was approached by the individual after she recounted her story about sleeping with Trump at the same celebrity golf tournament Drake is referencing to a tabloid.
Drake told ABC News that when she came forward with her own story about Trump in 2016, Daniels reminded her of the threat she received.
“She goes, ‘Remember what I told you about all those years ago? Be careful. Be really careful. You know, don’t be alone.'”
Watch a clip from Drake’s interview above.
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