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Did Trump Have An Illegitimate Child With A Maid?! Doorman's Buried 'Rumor' Revealed!

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Does Donald Trump have a child he doesn't acknowledge?? Besides Tiffany we mean.

In case you hadn't heard, bombshell new reports have linked American Media Inc., The National Enquirer's parent company, to yet another catch-and-kill Trump story.

In addition to allegedly paying Playboy model Karen McDougal $150,000 for the exclusive rights to her story about a months-long affair with Trump — and then burying it — it's now come to light they paid $30K to a former doorman at Trump World Tower who had a story about Trump siring an illegitimate child!

Related: Is Donald Trump To Blame For Death In Trump Tower Fire?!

$30K for just a rumor?? Must be pretty juicy.

Well, it turns out Dino Sajudin is now allowed to talk about it — and has been since the month after the election. Hmm…

CNN's Sonia Moghe got the scoop directly from Sajudin, who released the following statement:

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The National Enquirer Reportedly Paid $30K For Tip On Donald Trump's Rumored Love Child — Then Killed The Story!

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The National Enquirer made a habit of paying for juicy Donald Trump stories just so it could shut those stories down and protect his campaign, according to a new report by Ronan Farrow.

American Media Inc., the magazine's parent company, reportedly gave the ex-doorman of one of Trump's buildings $30,000 for a story based on a rumor that POTUS had fathered a child with an employee at Trump Tower in NYC.

Per Farrow's New Yorker report, Dino Sajudin signed a contract with American Media in late 2015, agreeing to become a source and accept $30K for exclusive rights to the information he had been told — that Trump may have fathered a love child in the late ‘80s.

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Sources at American Media told Farrow they were skeptical about Sajudin's claims — even though the former doorman had passed a lie-detector test, during which he claimed that high-level Trump employees, including Trump's head of security, told him the story.

But Farrow's six unnamed staffers also admitted that American Media made a collective effort to have the story shut down without a proper investigation. One source revealed what happened after the polygraph came back positive:

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National Enquirer Editor Dylan Howard Accused Of Sexual Misconduct & Threatening Terry Crews With 'False Prostitute Story'

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Sometimes the people behind the news can make news themselves…

On Tuesday, the Associated Press published a report detailing a 2012 internal investigation of American Media Inc.'s chief content officer Dylan Howard for alleged sexual misconduct.

According to 12 former employees who spoke to AP, the editor — who works for gossip publications such as the National Enquirer, Us Weekly, RadarOnline, and Star — allegedly openly described his sexual partners during meetings, discussed female employees' sex lives, and forced women to watch or listen to pornographic material that apparently was not considered newsworthy.

Related: Garrison Keillor Fired Over Alleged 'Inappropriate Behavior'!

Maxine "Max" Page, a former senior editor at RadarOnline, says she complained to human resources about him on behalf of two female reporters. She revealed:

"The behavior that Dylan displayed and the way he was and the way the company dealt with it — I just think that it has to be made public because it's completely unacceptable."

Page and six other employees said Howard made inappropriate comments to and about one of the aforementioned reporters. They said he wanted to create a Facebook account of the woman's vagina, made comments about her sex life, and forced her and other female employees to

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Richard Simmons Defamation Case Judge Says Being Called Transgender Is NOT An Insult! Yes!

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The judge is absolutely right!

As we reported, Richard Simmons sued the National Enquirer and parent company American Media, Inc. for defamation after they ran a story claiming the fitness legend was undergoing hormone treatment and is in the process of sexual reassignment.

Fast forward to this week, the 69-year-old suffered a potentially significant legal loss which could mean the end of his lawsuit!

Related: Richard Returns Home After Hospitalization

According to the judge, calling someone transgender doesn't necessarily subject the individual to "hatred, contempt, or ridicule." He explains:

"While, as a practical matter, the characteristic may be held in contempt by a portion of the population, the court will not validate those prejudices by legally recognizing them."

Although the ruling is "tentative," Simmons' chances of winning seem slim.

We have to agree. Transgender is NOT a negative label!

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IT'S OVER! Us Weekly Bought By Major Trump Supporter — Who Also Owns The National Enquirer!

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Don't be surprised if you start to see some much more flattering headlines about Donald Trump and his family on the cover of Us Weekly in the near future.

The celeb news mag has been bought up by American Media Inc., whose Chairman and CEO David Packer is a big Donald Trump supporter!

You may have noticed one of his other magazines, The National Enquirer, had a hand in destroying Trump's Republican rival Ted Cruz with "reporting" on his extramarital affairs and father's roles in the JFK assassination. Seriously.

Related: Trump's Lawyer Says Snoop Dogg 'Owes The President An Apology'

In a statement, Packer said:

"We are excited to bring one of the most distinctive and powerful media brands to AMI and are looking forward to continuing its great editorial standards its loyal and growing audience expects."

If you are a loyal Us reader, we wouldn't exactly count on those standards continuing. The entire 45-person staff apparently have to re-interview for their own jobs right away. Eesh.

AMI also owns the Enquirer, Radar Online, Star, OK! Magazine, and Soap Opera Digest. This will be their largest celebrity news magazine to date.

Countdown to a "Just Like Us" feature about golden toilets…

R.I.P. Us Weekly.

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Donald Trump Cheated On Melania With A Playboy Model In 2006 — And The National Enquirer Bought The Story And Refused To Report It!

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Once again it's confirmed that, yes, Donald Trump is a cheater — and yet the media has refused to report it in a VERY suspicious move!!

On Friday night, the Wall Street Journal dropped a bombshell report that The Donald had an affair with a Playboy model for nearly a year back in 2006 — less than a year after the real estate mogul married Melania Trump!!

But it gets worse, in a way: the National Enquirer knew about this story earlier this year, and even went so far as to buy it for $150,000 from Karen McDougal, the Playboy Playmate in question, only to choose to NOT run it and inform the people of The Donald's shenanigans!!

Related: Donald Trump Will Have Plenty Of Free Time After Election Day

In a statement to WSJ, the Enquirer and its parent company, American Media, alleges that they paid McDougal $150,000 for a few fitness columns and "exclusive life rights" to any affair she had with a then married man, saying:

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Dr. Phil Has Filed A $250 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against National Enquirer!

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An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but fake, hurtful stories don't!

According to the Daily Mail, Dr. Phil has filed a $250 million defamation lawsuit against American Media (AMI) — the company that owns the National Enquirer — for publishing 80 false stories over 13 years, notably about him and wife Robin McGraw's marriage.

Related: Dr. Phil Asks Nick Gordon If He Murdered Bobbi Kristina

The daytime star has had enough of the BS and wants the company to pay! He said:

"Enough is enough, it's time for them to own up… As a member of the media, I have a deep respect for the First Amendment. But it does not protect these people who knowingly print lies for money, particularly lies about my wife."

According to his lawyer L. Lin Wood, the company deserves to go under for what they do to society!

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