Karen McDougal, a former Playboy model who allegedly had an affair with Donald Trump is suing a company who kept her original account from publication. Back in 2016, the Wall Street Journal revealed American Media Inc., the company that owns The National Enquirer, paid $150,000 to McDougal, but did not run her story in a tabloid maneuver known as "catch and kill." The Journal adds the contract also required McDougal's silence on her affair with president, which she claims lasted nine months. According to The New York Times, she is now suing to be released from an agreement mandating her silence.


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