Stormy Daniels' manager gave FBI documents related to 2016 hush money deal: report
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CNN's National Correspondent Sara Sidner said that adult film star Stormy Daniels' lawyer is cooperating with the FBI.


"We have learned through a source that Gina Rodriguez, who was the former manager of Stormy Daniels was around when the deal was broken," Sidner said. "Not only the 2016 deal, but the 2011 deal with In Touch magazine where she told her story to In Touch magazine. She is cooperating with the FBI. She was subpoenaed and that she cooperated by handing over documents to the FBI."

Former Assistant US Attorney for the Southern District of New York, Harry Sandick, said that this new information is extremely telling.

"It's significant for a couple of reasons. First, it shows that the prosecutors and agents working in the southern district are not just going to wait for the search warrant documents to come in," Sandick said. "They're going to look for information from any source and if documents reside with Daniels' former manager that's where they're going to go."

Watch the full interview below.