- It’s The Bomb!
- Stormy Daniels is launching a sensual-pheromone infused fragrance with a sex-centric retailer.
- The gender-neutral scent, called “Truth,” seems to be inspired by her legal battle with President Donald Trump.
- An advertisement for “Truth” shows quotes from historical figures and celebrities including President James Madison, author J. K. Rowling, and inventor Albert Einstein.
Stormy Daniels is launching a fragrance that seems to be inspired by her relationship with President Donald Trump.
- It’s The Bomb!
On Wednesday, the adult-film star and director announced on social media that she is launching a perfume/cologne called “Truth” with sex-centric retailer It’s the Bomb.
Truth is being advertised as a limited-edition “sensual pheromone infused” gender neutral perfume/cologne. The fragrance’s tagline is: “Embrace your truth.”
An advertisement for the scent shows Daniels posing as various quotes about truth flash in front of the adult-film star. The quotations include lines from President James Madison, author J. K. Rowling, and inventor Albert Einstein.
“It’s finally here!” Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, wrote on Instagram on Wednesday.
Daniels’ decision to call the fragrance “Truth” seems to be an allusion to her current lawsuit with President Donald Trump.
Daniels has said that she had a sexual relationship with Trump in 2006, soon after his wife Melania gave birth to their son Barron.
Trump’s long-term lawyer, Michael Cohen, sent Daniels $130,000 10 days before the 2016 election, allegedly in an effort to keep her from discussing the relationship. Cohen is now the focus of a criminal investigation in the Southern District of New York into whether he violated campaign-finance laws or committed bank fraud.
Since March, Daniels has been discussing what she says happened between herself and Trump, arguing that the non-disclosure agreement Cohen had her sign in October 2016 was void because it was missing Trump’s signature. She is also suing Cohen and Trump in California, seeking to void that nondisclosure agreement.