Ex-lover: Former Trump aide mocked Kellyanne's 'shriveled up funbags' and said moon landing was fake
Kellyanne Conway speaks to Fox News (screen grab)

Explosive allegations were revealed in a custody case regarding a child conceived during President Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, the Daily Mail reported Tuesday.


Former communications director Jason Miller and campaign adviser A.J. Delgado are battling over their eight-month-old son in a Florida court.

In court filings, Delgado claimed that Miller texted her saying Trump campaign manager and White House counselor Kellyanne Conway has "shriveled up fun bags" that needed to remain "covered."

Miller also allegedly said the Moon landing was fake, which he reportedly learned from spending time with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) advisors.

"It really does feel like the Handmaid's Tale," Delgado told DailyMailTV. "[The system] treats women, especially single mothers, like mules."

"As a conservative we hear the term 'white male privilege' and we kind of roll our eyes at it," she admitted. "I don't. I see it all the time in this case."

Delgado hinted about her conversation with Miller last year in a tweet.

Miller released a statement alleging a "pattern of harassment" by his former mistress.

In response, Delgado argued Miller had opened himself up to a "huge" defamation lawsuit.