Adult-film star Stormy Daniels is promoting a line of T-shirts and other products mocking President Trump.
The Stormy Store website, which describes Daniels as a “slayer of internet trolls,” says that part of the sales will go to supporting anti-bullying organizations.
“#TeamStormy doesn’t start fights, but we finish them,” the website reads.
“Unwilling to be silenced or intimidated, Stormy has been standing up to bullies her entire life, and that continues today,” the website reads. “As she says, ‘Standing up to bullies is kind of my thing.’ ”
Daniels, who claims she had an affair with Trump in 2006, is currently suing the president for defamation, and to void a nondisclosure agreement about the alleged affair.
Most of the products on the website promote “Team Stormy,” or the website’s tagline, “fake boobs > fake news.”
One shirt depicts Daniels in lingerie atop an issue of Forbes magazine, with the words “Don’t make me spank you,” a reference to a claim she made about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump.
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, tweeted Friday that the store was “up and running,” and teased the shirts in a tweet earlier last week