CNN Commentator Jason Miller Steps Down Over Drugged Stripper Allegation - Details
CNN political commentator Jason Miller has stepped down from his position after a reported scandal involving a stripper.
The former Trump aide has been accused of slipping the stripper an abortion drug back in 2012.
Miller and the unnamed woman met while she was a dancer at a Florida gentleman's club.
After falling pregnant he allegedly drugged her resulting in her losing the child and being hospitalized.
Miller, who is embroiled in a messy custody battle with anther former Trump advisor, Arlene 'AJ' Delgado, has denied the claims.
The shocking allegations came in documents filed by his former girlfriend Delgado.
She claims Miller, who was married to his current wife Kelly and had a four-year-old daughter, met a dancer who worked there and allegedly continued a sexual relationship, which resulted in the woman's pregnancy.
The stripper, who has not been identified, allegedly drank the smoothie which contained the abortion drug Splinter, with no knowledge of what was in it, and soon suffered a miscarriage, Delgado claims.
She wound up in hospital, where she stayed for two days, and allegedly nearly lost her life.
'Jane Doe herself was hospitalized for two days, the abortion pill possibly reacting with potential street drugs in her system at the time she drank the Smoothie,' the documents said.
Miller released a statement: 'I have decided 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'.
Miller and Delgado had an affair on the Trump campaign trail, which resulted in Delgado becoming pregnant and giving birth to their son William.
The pair has been in a bitter custody battle for nearly a year, and the bombshell accusations were filed in the case earlier this month.
She claims she fears for their son's safety during his unsupervised time with the former commentator.
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