Following her historic appearance on 60 Minutes to dish the dirt on her alleged affair with Donald Trump, Stormy Daniels is back with more - this time speaking out in an interview with Vogue, of all places.
Talking to the magazine for its October issue, Daniels goes into the details we've all been interested (if not slightly apprehensive) to hear.
Telling reporter Amy Chozick that she's not really been able to enjoy a meal since 'all this happened', Daniels referred to herself as something of a 'fugitive'.
"We've been in a couple car chases," she said.
"We've had people put notes under the door, which means they know what hotel I'm in, which means we've had to change hotels in the middle of the night."
Daniels also explained that, after a man tried to take a photo of her seven-year-old daughter, she had to pull her out of her elementary school and hire a tutor - but don't see each other often.
"If I contact her, it makes her sad, so I just kind of have to wait until she wants to talk to me," she said.
She adds: "She knows that people date and do this and that, and she knows that Trump is somebody I hung out with or knew three years before I even met her dad, so that's all fine.
"The problem is they keep using the words porn star, and she doesn't know what a porn star is, because she doesn't know what sex is, and I'm not quite ready to have that conversation."
Daniels met Trump at a celebrity golft ournament in Lake Tahoe back in 2006, by which point she's already achieve a level of success in the adult film industry.
She confessed it was 'morbid curiosity' that took her to Trump's hotel room, later explaining that her experience with him was 'normal person sex'.
"He was in his underwear and his shirt and he was like, 'Heeey... ' and I was like..."
Daniels said that it only lasted 'two minutes' - and that's if she was being generous.
"How many details can you really give about two minutes?" she added.
She also explained that taking on Trump wasn't to indulge her own political agenda.
"I'm not like some big Hillary supporter," she said. "I'm a Republican."
But while she's a Republican that also owns a gun, she's also quick to add that she's also 'pro-choice, pro-gay', and that she didn't agree with Trump's treatment of Mexican immigrants, Muslim people, women and others.
Read the interview in full via the Vogue website here.Featured Image Credit: PA