Adult film star Stormy Daniels shared intimate details about her alleged sexual affair with former President Donald Trump in a steamy interview with his one-time attorney, Michael Cohen.

Cohen, 54, in 2016 arranged a $130,000 hush-money payment to Daniels to keep her quiet about her relationship with Trump a decade earlier. For an upcoming installment of his “Mea Culpa” podcast, Daniels, 41, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, spoke out about her life-changing experience with the real estate mogul turned president.

“I got to go places I would never get to go,” she was quoted by The Associated Press as saying. “But overall, if I could just wave a magic wand and make everything go back to the way it was before, I would absolutely do that.”

Daniels sued the former president for defamation and appealed a lower-court decision for dismissal, as well as an order to pay the former president’s $300,000 in legal fees.

“I’ve already lost everything,” she said, “so I’m taking it all the way.”

From impeachment in the Senate this week to a slew of probes into his financial dealings, her case is just one of many legal headaches Trump faces now that he’s out of office. Cohen is also embroiled in the president’s past, serving time in federal prison after pleading guilty to campaign finance violations in 2018.

On the alleged 2006 affair, Daniels said it was “the worst 90 seconds” of her life, a life that now includes a new passion: ghost hunting.

“I’ve been face to face with evil in the most intimate way,” Daniels said. “Demons don’t scare me anymore.”

Trump, who was married at the time of the alleged encounter, previously denied the claims made by Daniels.

Former Playboy model and porn actress Stormy Daniels says she was paid to remain silent about an affair she had with Donald Trump before he was elected president Former Playboy model Stormy Daniels says she was paid to remain silent about an affair she had with Donald Trump before he was elected president. Photo: GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA / Ethan Miller