Daniels' attorney, Keith Davidson, told NBC News that the signature on the latest statement is indeed Stormy's, and "she signed the statement today in the presence of me and her manager, Gina Rodriguez".
Daniels posted to Twitter Wednesday that she is to appear March 22-24 at Larry Flynt's Hustler Club, 202 Commerce St.in downtown Shreveport.
During the interview, Daniels remained coy over whether she was subject to a non-disclosure agreement, merely replying: "Do I?"
Although Kimmel couldn't get her to say anything definitively about the alleged affair, she did definitively say that she thought it was "dirty" for Trump to bring women who had accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct to a debate during the 2016 election. "I'd love to see someone interview her". Asked to explain how the interview deviated from the truth, she said she hadn't read the transcript.
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Clifford, whom the the Wall Street Journal reported was paid $130,000 by Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to keep quiet about a 2006 affair with the billionaire-turned-president, said the signature on a new denial letter published by BuzzFeed did not look authentic.
Daniels didn't answer, instead saying it came from the internet.
Kimmel kicked off the interview by telling Daniels that he had a "pretty clear idea" of what he wanted to ask her, but then saw a letter that denied the alleged relationship, which she supposedly signed earlier on Tuesday. He also wrote off Daniels' appearance on Kimmel as lighthearted, and said she just "having fun" and "being her normal playful self".
Daniels did not immediately respond to a tweet from The Times. Daniels has claimed this month that the affair never took place.
Daniels smiled and said, "I'll call you whatever you want me to, baby".