Stormy Daniels said she was “terrified” of Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger when he asked for a “good night kiss” after walking her to her hotel room, according to an excerpt from her new book.
The alleged 2006 encounter with Big Ben came a day after she says she had sex with future President Trump.
Daniels was introduced to the athlete through Trump at a party at the Lake Tahoe hotel where she was staying, according to CNN, which obtained a copy of her book, “Full Disclosure,” due out Oct. 2.
The two men chatted all night and, toward the end, Trump asked Roethlisberger to walk Daniels to her room.
Just outside her door, Roethlisberger, who’d just won his first Super Bowl that year, asked Daniels for a “good night kiss,” she wrote. She declined — but he pushed lightly on the door.
“I was terrified,” Daniels wrote. “I am rarely terrified.”
The 6-5 Roethlisberger insisted, “Come on.”
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, managed to get inside her room but the gridder “stood outside, not leaving” and knocked for several minutes. He eventually left.
A rep for Roethlisberger didn’t immediately respond to CNN.
Daniels had previously disclosed her encounter with the Steelers star in a 2011 interview with InTouch Magazine, which was published in full in March.
But she didn’t mention the creepy details.
“Ben had just won the Super Bowl that year. Donald excused himself. He had to leave, I don’t remember why, and he made Ben promise to take care of me,” she said. “I stayed another 15-20 minutes and Ben Roethlisberger actually walked me up to my room that night because Donald told him to. Yeah, he walked me all the way to my hotel room.”
Trump and Roethlisberger have both been accused of sexual assault.
In 2009, Roethlisberger was sued by a Lake Tahoe casino waitress who claimed he raped her the year before. That case was settled in 2012, and terms were not disclosed.
A 20-year-old college student also accused him of raping her inside a bar bathroom in Georgia in 2010. He was suspended for four games at the start of the 2010 season, but prosecutors declined to press charges.
Trump has faced multiple accusations of sexual assault or misconduct and was infamously caught on tape boasting about grabbing women “by the p—y.”
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