Porn star Stormy Daniels' rep says she's free to "tell her story."
The new development comes following months of denials from the White House about an incident that may or may not have happened inside a Lake Tahoe hotel room in 2006.
Cohen claimed he paid the sum out of his own pocket, that neither Trump nor his then-campaign team knew anything about it and no one reimbursed him for the payment. His statement was also rather vague about who may or may not have known about the transaction, and what exactly the payment was for.
So what does all this mean for Ms. Daniels? Her manager, Gina Rodriguez, told The Associated Press they believe Cohen's admission invalidated his non-disclosure agreement with her client.
"Everything is off now, and Stormy is going to tell her story," said Rodriguez.
As for when and where she'll spill the news, her manager only said more info would be coming soon.