A former aide to Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign has admitted in a sworn statement to paying for sex with prostitutes and visiting so-called ‘rub and tug’ massage parlors.
The admissions came in a deposition released on Tuesday by Mediaite in Miller’s ongoing defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo, which last year reported on allegations that he had secretly slipped a stripper abortion medication after impregnating her.
Miller has strongly denied the unverified abortion claim, which was put forward by his former mistress A.J. Delgado in a bitter custody battle over their child.
However, in the May 30 deposition Miller confesses that he had visited escorts and ‘Asian themed’ massage parlors for paid sex acts over the years, including in states where prostitution is illegal.
In the deposition released on Tuesday, Miller (above) confesses that he had visited escorts and ‘Asian themed’ massage parlors for paid sex acts over the years
Miller (center) is seen with Delgado (second from right) who bore his child after a brief extramarital affair when they met on the Trump campaign
In the May 30 deposition, Miller admitted to hiring women for sex acts in the past
‘I am not commenting on the lawsuit. I know I am an imperfect person and have made a number of mistakes in my life,’ Miller said in a statement to Mediaite.
‘I love my family and have spent much of the past two years asking for forgiveness and working to prove my commitment to them and to become a better person for them. I’m extremely grateful we’ve been able to keep our family together,’ he continued.
‘Others I’ve disappointed with my actions will see a pathway toward forgiveness and some may not, but that doesn’t mean I’ll stop trying.’
During the deposition, Miller said that he had been to massage parlors in New York, Miami and Washington DC where he received manual genital stimulation about ‘five or six’ times.
He also said that he had had sex with escorts in Washington DC in 2015 and 2017, the latter incident occurring after his brief affair with Delgado.
Miller also details his trips to Florida strip clubs over the years, Thee Dollhouse and 2001 Odyssey in Tampa; the Diamond Club in Orlando; Scarlett’s outside Miami; Rachel’s in Winter Park and Rachel’s in Orlando.
Miller also said he went to Flash Dancers in New York in 2016.
Miller and wife Kelly (together above) are trying to work things out and remain together after the revelation of his affair with Delgado
Delgado claimed Miller met a dancer who worked at Rachel’s (above) and allegedly continued a sexual relationship, which resulted in the woman’s pregnancy
Delgado met Miller during the Trump campaign and gave birth to his son in July 2017, about six months after Miller’s wife gave birth to their second child together.
Miller and his wife have vowed to reconcile, and attempted to gain at least partial custody of the boy that Delgado bore during the affair.
Delgado filed a sealed lawsuit in the custody battle, claiming that Miller had slipped an unidentified stripper an ‘abortion pill’ after impregnating her.
Miller allegedly met the stripper at Rachel’s Gentleman’s Club in Orlando with clients of a consulting company he worked at in 2012, according to a report on the lawsuit by Gizmodo’s left-wing political news subsidiary Splinter.
The deposition came as Miller was subjected to intensive questioning by lawyers for Gizmodo after he filed a $100million defamation suit against the company.
Delgado claimed Miller met a dancer who worked at Rachel’s and allegedly continued a sexual relationship, which resulted in the woman’s pregnancy.
Miller is seen rear, second from left, during the transition after Trum’s election in later 2016
Soon after the woman revealed her pregnancy, Miller allegedly arrived at her apartment, holding a smoothie which contained an abortion drug, Splinter reported.
The woman, who has not been identified, drank the smoothie with no knowledge of what was in it, and soon suffered a miscarriage, Delgado claims. The woman wound up in the hospital, where she stayed for two days, and allegedly nearly lost her life.
Miller blasted Gizmodo for the ‘false accusations’, in his suit, writing: ‘The Defendants carried out the final step in a plot hatched by Delgado to publicly accuse Miller of having an affair with, impregnating, attempting to murder, and killing the unborn child of one woman by slipping her an ”abortion pill” as well as beating another unidentified woman; and then trying to cover up these horrific crimes.
‘Before that weekend was over, Miller’s life was in shambles and his reputation was destroyed.
‘Miller was labeled a ”murderer,” he lost his job on CNN, he is being harassed and threatened online, he and his family are being shunned in their community.
‘Miller was a prime target for [Gizmodo] and Delgado —who is waging ”all-out war” in a highly-publicized court case with Miller in Miami-Dade family court.
‘Because of Miller’s politics and association with the current Presidential Administration, [Gizmodo] knew they could benefit financially and editorially by attacking him.’