In yet another breaking story on Tuesday night, adult film star Stormy Daniels is reportedly suing Donald Trump. Once the news became public, the story quickly went viral on social media.

Stormy sues

Earlier this year the bombshell story broke detailing the alleged affair between Donald Trump and Stormy Daniels, a popular adult film star. The affair allegedly took place between 2006 and 2007, just a year after the president was married to his wife Melania Trump, and also while she was pregnant with their son Barron.

Additional reporting revealed intimate details about the affair, including Trump wanting to be spanked with a copy of Forbes magazine with himself, his daughter Ivanka, and son Donald Jr. on the cover. Follow-up reports found that Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Daniels $130,000 in hush money during the 2016 election to stay quiet about the relationship.

While there was a nondisclosure agreement signed by Stormy Daniels and Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's signature was nowhere to be found, as reported by NBC News on March 6.

The agreement refers to Daniels as Peggy Peterson and Trump as "David Dennison," with additional documents revealing the true identity of the names in question. The civil suit was filed earlier this week and first obtained by NBC News. While the commander in chief has not acknowledged the alleged affair in public, it's been reported that it has caused a strain in his marriage with Melania Trump, as the first lady has reportedly not been happy with the news of the relationship.

Twitter responds

Following the news of the lawsuit filed by Stormy Daniels, critics of the president took to social media. "All news coming from the WH seem to read like the front cover of the national enquirer," one tweet read.

"I'd say this is more chaos for the Fake President who insists there is no chaos in the WH!" a Twitter user wrote.

"Which wouldn’t be an issue is there wasn’t anything to hide... hmmm," yet another tweet stated. "What?!!! And I didn’t think today could “trump” yesterday" a follow-up tweet noted.

"Aww, Stormy has a story to tell (and we want her to tell it)" an additional tweet pointed out. "Now we know why the Florida House was more worried about p*rn than guns," a social media user added. "It could not happen to a better guy or bigger creep than Trump. Wish others would also come out and share their experiences about Trump," a tweet read.