According to a recent filing in the ongoing custody battle between former Trump campaign staffers Jason Miller and A.J. Delgado, Miller in 2012 secretly spiked a woman's drink with an abortion pill after learning she was pregnant following their affair.
Miller and Delgado had an affair on the Trump campaign trail, which resulted in Delgado becoming pregnant and giving birth to a son named William.
Delgado says that she has the true name of Jane Doe and is not revealing it publicly, because Jane Doe does not want her parents to know about her career choice. The pill induced an abortion, and Jane Doe wound up in a hospital emergency room, bleeding heavily and almost went into a coma. "To be clear, there is no validity to the false accusations made in Ms. Delgado's filing", Miller's attorney told Splinter in a statement. "The unborn child died as a result and the woman had to be" hospitalized for two days, the abortion pill possibly reacting with potential street drugs in her system at the time she drank the Smoothie".
The court filing then details that Miller tried to get the unnamed woman, referred to as Jane Doe in all documents, to sign a non-disclosure agreement.More news: Comcast beats Fox in Sky auction with $39 billion bid
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Jason Miller has called the filing false, lashing out at the mother of his child and deriding her mental health.
Splinter was able to confirm the authenticity of the court documents, which were filed in Miami-Dade county, where Delgado lives with her and Miller's son.
As part of his response on Twitter to the story, Miller said "one reporter who Ms. Delgado attempted to involve in her continuous attempts to smear me" had "already" disproven her allegation in the filing.
'I have chose to step away from my role as a Political Commentator at CNN to focus on clearing my name and fighting the false and defamatory accusations made against me, ' he wrote.
In December of that year, President-elect Trump announced that he would be appointing Miller as his communications director, but Miller backed out two days later, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family.