Porn star Jessica Drake recently became the 11th woman to accuse Donald Trump of inappropriate behavior – but just a day before she came forward with the allegations, she reportedly launched her online sexual wellness store.
Drake wrote, produced and directed a 12-part instructional series called ‘jessica drake’s Guide to Wicked Sex’ and ‘jessica-approved’ sexual wellness tools, that are available for purchase on her site, which was launched on Friday, according to a press release on Xbiz.com.
The following day, Drake stood before a room full of reporters and accused Trump of offering to pay her $10,000 to spend the night with him a year after marrying his current wife, Melania.
Drake said she and Trump met at a 2006 golf tournament in Lake Tahoe where he repeatedly asked her to return to his penthouse suite after she visited with two other women.
The 42-year-old, who started out as a dancer at an El Paso strip club that often featured porn stars, also produced a photograph of them taken at the event in an attempt to verify her story.
Around an hour after she aired her allegations, Trump’s spokesman told DailyMail.com the picture proved nothing and was merely an example of the ‘thousands’ of fan photo requests Trump receives.
The Republican presidential nominee has vehemently denied the allegations, insisting he did not know the woman and would have ‘no interest’ in getting to know her.
He said the account given by Drake at the press conference on Saturday was ‘totally false and ridiculous’.
After being introduced by her lawyer Gloria Allred, Drake said: ‘Ten years ago I was working for Wicked Pictures at a golf tournament in Lake Tahoe.
‘I was at Wicked’s celebrity gift room in the morning before he teed off. He flirted with me and invited me to walk along the golf course, which I did,’ said Drake.
The 42-year-old Texas native, who was born in 1974 as Angela Patrice Heaslet, according to her IMDb profile, told reporters that when she entered Trump’s room ‘he grabbed each of us tightly in a huge and kissed each of us without asking permission’.
Drake also said that she left after about 30 or 45 minutes and when she returned to her room, one of Trump’s associates called her and asked her to return to Trump’s suite.
Trump’s campaign issued the following statement: ‘This story is totally false and ridiculous.
‘The picture is one of thousands taken out of respect for people asking to have their picture taken with Mr. Trump.
‘Mr. Trump does not know this person, does not remember this person and would have no interest in ever knowing her.’
Accusing his opponent of turfing up another accuser to harm his campaign, his spokesman continued: ‘ This is just another attempt by the Clinton campaign to defame a candidate who just today is number one in three different polls.’
This article originally appeared on the Daily Mail.