A 2018 court filing in the custody dispute between former Trump adviser Jason Miller and A.J. Delgado, a former Trump campaign aide with whom Miller had an affair and a child, Delgado’s legal team alleged that Miller had previously had an affair with another woman and slipped an abortion pill into her drink after learning she was pregnant.
According to the court documents—which were filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court on Sept. 14  and obtained by Splinter—the alleged relationship started in 2012, when Miller was working for prominent Republican ad firm Jamestown Associates. The filing alleges that Miller, whose Twitter bio states that he now works as managing director at Teneo Strategy and as a political commentator on CNN, brought clients to Rachel’s Gentleman’s Club in Orlando, where he met a dancer identified only as Jane Doe.
“Miller allegedly entered a sexual relationship with Doe, who Delgado says in the filing became pregnant,” the report continued, before quoting the court filing:
Shortly thereafter, according to Joe Doe, Mr. Miller visited her at her apartment with a Smoothie beverage.
Unbeknownst to Jane Doe, the Smoothie contained an abortion bill. [sic]
The pill induced an abortion, and Jane Doe wound up in a hospital emergency room, bleeding heavily and nearly went into a coma.
The unborn child died.
Jane Doe herself was hospitalized for two days, the abortion pill possibly reacting with potential street drugs in her system at the time she drank the Smoothie.
Upon leaving the hospital, a rightly enraged Jane Doe contacted the staffers of local politicians with whom Mr. Miller had been in attendance at Rachel’s the night they met.
Mr. Miller then, in a panic, attempted to have Jane Doe sign a non-disclosure agreement (“NDA”), presumably in exchange for a sum of money.
Splinter reported that Delgado confirmed the court document’s authenticity but declined to comment further.
Miller claimed the entire story was false.
In a statement to Splinter after this story was published, Miller’s legal team strongly disputed the claims made in the filing, saying: “To be clear, there is no validity to the false accusations made in Ms. Delgado’s filing.”
“We also know the identity of the ‘Jane Doe’ referenced in the filing, have located her, and Mr. Miller is absolutely certain that he does not know her, never had a relationship with her, and never engaged in the actions Ms. Delgado—and now you—falsely accuse him of committing,” Miller’s lawyers also said.
Miller subsequently sued Splinter over the report.
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