Stormy Daniels' former manager cooperating with FBI

Gina Rodriguez responded to a subpoena by handing over records to the FBI. Some of those documents pertain to the 2016 hush money agreement signed by Daniels and Michael Cohen, President 's personal attorney. Cohen signed the agreement on behalf of a shell company he owned known as Essential Consultants LLC, according to the source.

Rodriguez has signed a confidentiality agreement that keeps her from talking about the Daniels deal with Cohen, the source said.

In the documents Rodriguez handed over to the FBI, there is evidence that Daniels -- an adult film star whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford -- was working an initial deal with Cohen on October 10, 2016. Daniels was being represented in that deal by Rodriguez and Daniels' then-attorney Keith Davidson, according to the same source.

As CNN previously reported, that deal fell through when Cohen failed to pay the money. Eighteen days later, the second deal was finalized by Daniels and Cohen.

Around the same time negotiations with Cohen were going on behind the scenes, Daniels and her manager were shopping a story to several media organizations about Daniels' alleged affair with a decade ago.

Cohen has said that the President did not have a sexual relationship with Daniels. has said he knew nothing of the financial arrangement between his lawyer and Daniels.

But during a recent phone interview with Fox News, said Cohen "represents me like with this crazy Stormy Daniels deal, he represented me."

Daniels is suing Cohen and , and Essential Consultants LLC, in federal court in California over the legality of the 2016 hush agreement in which she was

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