Porn star Stormy Daniels has revealed further details of her alleged sexual liaison with Donald Trump, claiming that he showed her a picture of his wife and son before they had sex.
In her new book Full Disclosure, set to be released on Tuesday, Daniels describes in detail the encounter she claims she had with Trump in 2006 at a resort in Lake Tahoe.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, recounted the conversation she says she had with Trump in his hotel room. Trump denies the affair, reports Daily Mail.
"I said, 'You're married. What would your wife think of you being here with me?'" Daniels recalls in the book, according to an advance copy obtained by the Sun.
"'Oh don't worry about that," Daniels recalls Trump saying. 'It's not a big deal, anyway we have separate bedrooms'."
She adds: "As if to prove his intentions were now legit, he jumped up to grab a photo. 'Have you seen my son?'"
"He showed me a photo of Melania holding Barron, who was only four months old. It was adorable, and I could tell it made him genuinely proud," Daniels writes.
Daniels says that Trump quizzed her on every aspect of her work as a porn star, and seemed especially interested in how much she was paid per scene.
She claims the steamy conversation had Trump "honestly beside himself".
Then she says she asked him about his famous hairdo, which he admitted was 'ridiculous' but said was his "trademark".
Daniels says that she went into the bathroom before the liaison, and noted that although Trump had tweezers and nail clippers made of gold, he used a cheap two-in-one shampoo and conditioner.
She says when she returned to the bedroom, Trump was posing in his socks and underwear in "a poor attempt at looking powerful".
The book describes the sexual encounter and Trump's anatomy in graphic details that have previously been leaked.
Daniels, 39, sued President Trump for in April, claiming his denial of her affair allegations was defamatory.
On Monday, a federal judge said that Trump likely had a free-speech right to make a Twitter comment disputing her allegations, indicating he was inclined to dismiss her defamation lawsuit.
The lawsuit centers on Daniels' assertion that a man approached her in 2011 in a Las Vegas parking lot and made a veiled threat after she agreed to talk about her alleged encounter with Trump to In Touch magazine.
Soon after Daniels released a sketch of the man she said threatened her, Trump disputed her account on Twitter, saying: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!"