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Michael Cohen's shell company also paid off woman in Broidy affair: report

Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's private attorney, used the similar Delaware shell corporate to pay off two girls over alleged affairs together with his clients, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday evening. It was once through the corporate, Essential Consultants, that adult-film actress Stormy Daniels was once paid $130,000 to stay quiet about an alleged 2006 affair with Trump, and the corporate additionally negotiated a non-disclosure agreement associated with an affair via Republican fund-raiser Elliott Broidy, the Journal reported. On Friday, the Journal mentioned a former Playboy model gained a total payout of $1.6 million after claiming Broidy had gotten her pregnant. Broidy reportedly paid the corporate $250,000 in charges for the negotiations.