A lawyer who formerly represented two women who allegedly had affairs with Donald Trump is cooperating with the FBI in their investigation of the president’s longtime personal attorney Michael Cohen.
The Washington Post reported Friday evening that attorney Keith Davidson, who previously represented adult actress Stormy Daniels and Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal, cooperated with federal prosecutors’ requests to provide “certain limited electronic information” regarding payments allegedly made to the women to keep quiet about their affairs with Trump.
Davidson, along with Daniels, signed a confidentiality agreement shortly before the 2016 election after Cohen paid her $130,000 to allegedly not go public with her story.
The Post noted that the attorney also represented McDougal when she was paid $150,000 in August 2016 by American Media Inc., the National Inquirer‘s parent company, for the rights to her account. The Inquirer never ran the story, and earlier this week, the Playmate was released from the non-disclosure agreement she signed with AMI.