It seems like the cat is out of the bag as the contract preventing Trumps ’s ex-doorman from revealing about the US’ president’s illegitimate child out of the wedlock is out. The contract’s copy floating on by various reliable media outlets reveal that the agreement about this ‘catch and kill ‘ contract was signed back in 2015, prior to the business tycoon taking on as the US President. The party of this contract abstaining Dino Sajudin, the Trump’s ex-doorman from revealing this information was none other than American Media Inc (AMI), which owns the National Enquirer.
It should be noted here that buzz about Trumps’ illegitimate child with housekeeper hit the headlines several times but it couldn’t get any ‘green signal’ and was just dumped terming it as a ‘rumour’. Not to forget, National Enquirer told that they spent four weeks to back the claims about Trumps child out of wedlock but ended up having information which “lacked any credibility”. It will be pertinent to mention here that the National Enquirer is owned by American Media Inc (AMI), which is alleged of paying Trump’s ex-doorman about not having his say over the matter.
Up the latest, the ex-doorman is released from this contract and now it seems he will be revealing all the details about this ‘catch and kill’ contract. It should be noted here that as per the allegations floating Sajudin was paid £21,000 by AMI for not revealing the information about this case.
Sajudin’s lawyer talking about the latest coming in this regard told CNN: “Mr Sajudin has been unable to discuss the circumstances regarding his deal with American Media Inc. and the story that he sold to them, due to a significant financial penalty.”