The sketch of Stormy Daniels' alleged harasser bears an uncanny resemblance to an National Football League superstar.
Daniels is engaged in a legal battle with President Trump and his personal lawyer Michael Cohen to invalidate what she calls a "hush" agreement she reached with Cohen shortly before the 2016 presidential election to remain silent about the alleged 2006 affair.
A sketch of the man Stormy Daniels says threatened her lit up Twitter on Tuesday, with many seeing a resemblance to New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady.
"It's downright scary a lot of times", Daniel told the panel of View co-hosts as Avenatti sat by her side.
The adult actress, who wore a blush pink suit, was mobbed by cameramen and reporters as she arrived at Manhattan federal courthouse, with a minder forced to tell them "Be careful guys" as she nearly fell to the ground.
She described the man as between 5-foot-9 and 6 feet tall, aged 30 to 40 and with a "fit" body.
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Earlier her lawyer Michael Avenatti joked with reporters and said that it was a "stormy day" as he arrived at the hearing in thunder and rain-battered New York City. The White House has consistently said Trump denies the affair. "I think Monday afternoon could prove to be very interesting", said Avenatti on CNN Sunday.
"It's meant to send the message that this is a very, very serious matter for her, and she wants to make sure that the American people know that she's behind efforts to bring to light as much information and documents as possible", said Avenatti.
Except on Tuesday, the adult film star answered every question the ladies of The View could come up with about her alleged affair with Donald Trump, her case, and the threats against her! "I couldn't feel my feet or my face..."
Stormy Daniels, 38, caused a huge scrum as she arrived to see the president's personal lawyer argue which of his files the Federal Bureau of Investigation should be allowed to pass to criminal prosecutors. "Never in a million years", Avenatti said. Brady ended up being pressured to speak out against Trump's criticism a year ago of National Football League anthem-kneelers. But I doubt this is what the man, if he exists, looked like. ESPN's Jemele Hill tweeted.
The development also comes at a grave moment for a key figure in the Daniels saga - Trump's longtime personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
"$100,000 reward for information leading to the positive identification of the man that threatened Ms. Clifford in Las Vegas".