Stormy Daniels writes Ben Roethlisberger 'terrified' her after mutual meeting with Donald Trump

Stormy Daniels alleged an encounter with Ben Roethlisberger that “terrified” her in her tell-all book on President Donald Trump. (AP)

Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels, is making the most of the fame she’s found from her alleged affair with President Donald Trump and is dishing details with her tell-all book “Full Disclosure.”

In addition to graphic descriptions of Trump’s anatomy, Daniels claims to have had an uncomfortable encounter with Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger after a mutual meeting with Trump in Lake Tahoe.

Stormy Daniels on Roethilsberger: ‘I was terrified’

She wrote about meeting Roethlisberger with Trump at her hotel the night after she alleged she and Trump had sex. Trump, whom Daniels described as chatting with Roethlisberger in a VIP section of the hotel, asked Roethlisberger to walk Daniels to her room, where she alleged an encounter that “terrified” her.

CNN published the details.

She says he asked her for a “good night kiss.” She refused. She says he pushed lightly on her door as they stood outside her hotel room.
“I was terrified. I am rarely terrified,” Daniels wrote, saying Roethlisberger responded, saying, “‘Come on.'”
She closed the door and writes that Roethlisberger “stood outside, not leaving” while knocking at her door for several minutes but eventually left.

Roethlisberger declined to address Daniels’ account when asked on Thursday, Penn Live reports.

Roethlisberger’s past

In 2012, Roethlisberger settled a civil lawsuit with Andrea McNulty over a 2008 accusation that he sexually assaulted her in a Lake Tahoe casino.

In 2010, the NFL suspended Roethlisberger six games after prosecutors declined to press charges on accusations that he sexually assaulted a 20-year-old college student in Georgia. His suspension was eventually reduced to four games.

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