STORMY DANIELS’ attorney says she wore a bulletproof vest to and from court

Tuesday, May 14, 2024 - Stormy Daniels wore a bulletproof vest to and from the courthouse in New York last week when she appeared as a witness in Donald Trump's hush money trial.

Stormy Daniels attorney, Clark Brewster said his client was particularly worried about being targeted as she came to reveal the alleged encounter at the center of the trial.

'She was concerned about the security coming in to New York,' Clark Brewster told CNN on Monday night, May 13.

''She wore a bulletproof vest every day until she got to the courthouse', he explained.

''I can tell you that before she came on Sunday she cried herself to sleep. She was paralyzed with fear, not of taking the stand or telling her story, but what might some nut might do to her. And I'm genuinely concerned about it as well.'

The jury heard for seven-and-a-half hours from Daniels, who testified in vivid detail about a 2006 encounter she says she had with Trump, which he has denied.

Daniels said under questioning that she was not physically or verbally threatened to sleep with Trump and that she was not under the influence of drugs or alcohol at the time.

It was noted that one piece of evidence seen by the jury even has Stormy Daniels' current address printed on it.

The lawyer said that Daniels has a fear there could be some sort of retaliation in the future.

‘’She's very concerned about that. And because she she lives in an area that might not have a level of security that she'd feel comfortable with.'

Given the nature of Daniels' testimony, it was hardly surprising that she faced a combative cross-examination in what was easily the most heated back-and-forth of the trial so far.

The Trump team painted Daniels as an untrustworthy witness as it picked apart her personal life and profession.

When asked how she felt after giving evidence at the trial, Brewster said Daniels was unfazed.

'She was concerned about the security coming in to New York,' Clark Brewster said

'You know, she was pretty nonplused by him. She really didn't pay much regard to him. She heard him cursing in the courtroom, but I don't think she that impacted her at all. They were really trying to make her feel shamed in some way by her profession.

'She's genuine. She's very bright, she's quick witted, and I think she came across as genuine and open and exposed as she intended to be,' Brewster said

'I knew her time to shine would be on cross [examination] because she's a very quick thinker.

Brewster was asked if it matters if Trump was found guilty.

'You know, she's said privately to me, she feels bad for the guy because she's just empathetic,' Brewster said. 'But publicly, I mean, she's been so damaged by him in the statements he's made about her that any person would feel some degree of revenge motive.

'I think that she would be more inclined to hope that the jury does the right thing and finds a conviction.

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