Michael Cohen's shell company will tear up hush money agreement with Stormy Daniels — and demands she pay back the $130K
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels (left, via Shutterstock) and Trump's personal lawyer Michael Cohen (right, via screengrab).

Michael Cohen's shell company has agreed to tear up the 2016 "hush money" agreement with Trump mistress Stormy Daniels — and demanded that she repay the $130,000 per California law.

"Michael Cohen's shell company, Essential Consultants, agrees to tear up the original 2016 agreement with Stormy Daniels, in which Cohen arranged to pay her $130,000 to stay silent about her alleged affair with Donald Trump," CNN's MJ Lee tweeted. "It’s also requesting Stormy pay back the $130,000."

"Today, Essential Consultants LLC and Michael Cohen have effectively put an end to the lawsuits filed against them by Stephanie Clifford aka Stormy Daniels," Cohen's lawyer Bren Blakely said, per Lee.