McDougal said that the legal fight has been a "wild ride", and was not anticipating selling the rights to her story: "It's a one step at a time for me", she told The Times.
The media company is the subject of a complaint with the Federal Election Commission accusing it of making an illegal campaign contribution when it paid McDougal in order to kill an unflattering story about a presidential candidate. The magazine asked the court to strike her complaint under California's anti-SLAPP statute, arguing it had the right to publish her story but was under no obligation to do so.
Pursuant to Wednesday's 30-page agreement, McDougal will appear on the September cover of Men's Journal, accompanied by a feature-length article inside the book, and AMI will be entitled to compensation of up to $75,000 should McDougal re-sell her story to another outlet.
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Ms Karen McDougal's ownership of the experience will be restored as part of the agreement with American Media Inc, according to a copy of the settlement provided by her lawyer on Wednesday (April 18). Adult-film star Stormy Daniels is suing to break a confidentiality agreement about her own alleged affair with Trump.
AMI added an amendment to the contract after the election to allow McDougal to respond to legitimate news inquiries.
Her lawyer, Peter Stris, stated the settlement "makes right the wrongs that had been perpetrated against her".
McDougal has already been forthcoming with details about her alleged relationship with Trump, but the new agreement will keep her from getting sued for doing so. Whether or not this changes, however, just encountered a new wrinkle as Karen McDougal has been officially (and legally) cleared to discuss the matter first detailed by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ronan Farrow in The New Yorker. That relationship had allegedly resulted in a child fathered by Trump with the unnamed woman in question. That would include her alleged affair, which she said took place in 2006 and 2007. Who's excited to hear every detail of her nekkid sexxytimes with Donald Trump in 2006?
The president has denied the affair with the former Playmate, according to the White House.