People on Twitter think Stormy Daniels' lawyer just tweeted a photo of a possible sex tape
When Stormy Daniels first came out and said she'd had a fling with President Donald Trump, people didn't quite know how to react. Many jumped to his defense, instantly claiming that the story must have been a total fabrication (without any proof at all), while those on the left did the complete opposite (again, without much evidence to support their claim).
However, as time goes on, Daniels' accounts seem more and more credible, to the extent that Trump's people are getting just ever so slightly nervous about what she might say in her upcoming 60 Minutes interview.
Really, though, what could she say that hasn't already been said? And how would she give proof either way? I mean, it's not like she has photographic evidence of any of her encounters with the former businessman... or does she?
After a recent tweet from the adult film star's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, many Twitter users believed that she might actually have some kind of hard evidence against the president.
The tweet was obviously intended to ruffle some feathers, with Avenatti neither confirming nor denying whether the contents of the disc had anything to do with Trump's and Daniels' alleged liaison - but the implication alone was enough to get the social media platform in a flurry.
However, some people had other theories about what could be on the tape.
"This is her video during the lie detector test, watch this creepy lawyer interview with tapper tonight to understand what he meant by this vid," wrote one commenter, who was referring to a 2011 polygraph test in which Daniels was proven to be telling the truth about her affair with Trump.
But Avenatti insists this isn't the case: "Nope," he wrote. "Enjoy Sunday and the days that follow..."
So far, Daniels seems to have given a pretty convincing account of what went down between her and Trump in 2006 (just after Melania had given birth to Barron), even going so far to recall very specific details of conversations they'd had.
"We were talking about all sorts of things," she said in one interview with In Touch Weekly. "I remember he asked me like, 'I gotta ask you a question and I don’t want to get you offended' and I was like, 'Trust me, you can’t.'"
She went on to say that he asked her about how much money she made from royalties, and she, in turn, asked him about his hair. According to Daniels, he laughed off the question, and said that he'd been offered free makeovers and treatments, but joked that - if he changed his terrible do - he'd lose his power and his wealth.
Sure, it's not cold hard evidence, but this account, along with that of the former Playboy model who also claimed to have had an affair at the same time, it certainly looks like Trump has done a lot of playing away from home in his time.
I guess we'll just have to wait until Sunday to know for sure.