Stormy Daniels is planning to release a memoir titled 'Full Disclosure'

  • Porn star Stormy Daniels, who alleges an affair with President Donald Trump, announced her memoir "Full Disclosure" on ABC's "The View" Wednesday.
  • The book is set to come out Oct. 2 and it will detail her life and legal standoff with the president.
  • A blurb on the bookseller's website promises the memoir will delve into Daniels' childhood and career in the adult film industry, as well as "everything about the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her."
Stormy Daniels Fan Meet And Greet at Chi Chi LaRue's on May 23, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. 
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Stormy Daniels Fan Meet And Greet at Chi Chi LaRue's on May 23, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. 

Stormy Daniels is telling her story in a new memoir titled "Full Disclosure."

The porn star, who alleges an affair with President Donald Trump, announced the book Wednesday on ABC's "The View." Set to come out on Oct. 2, it will detail her life and legal standoff with the president.

Daniels says "there's a lot" she has to say.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has said she had sex once with Trump in 2006. She was paid $130,000 as part of a hush agreement signed days before the 2016 election and is suing to dissolve the contract. The White House has denied the affair.

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The 288-page book is being published by St. Martin's Press, according to details available on a Barnes & Noble product page.

A blurb on the bookseller's website promises the memoir will delve into Daniels' childhood and career in the adult film industry, as well as "everything about the events that led to the nondisclosure agreement and the behind-the-scenes attempts to intimidate her."

Trump and his former personal attorney, Michael Cohen, have both sought to end the lawsuit in recent days. Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, opposes dismissing the suit and wants the judge to continue the case.

Avenatti, responding to CNBC's request for more information, pointed to Daniels' website for the book. "All it takes is one woman to tell the truth," the website's masthead reads.

-- CNBC's Kevin Breuninger contributed to this report.