‘I never said sex with Trump was best’
THE jury is still out on US President Donald Trump's bedroom prowess - and that's straight from ex-wife Marla Maples.
A few weeks after it was revealed that US porn star Stormy Daniels talked down her alleged trysts with Mr Trump for his "textbook generic" performance in bed, Maples refused to confirm to the New York Post that he was indeed the "best sex I ever had".
"That was meant to be private," she said of the New York tabloid's classic front-page headline in 1990.
"I never said that, someone else said that. [But] is it true? I'm not going to talk about that. The truth will come out, just not here," Maples said, winking at a New York Post journalist while reporting for jury duty in Manhattan.
Maples arrived in court wearing all black and sat in the first row of the jury assembly room, enthusiastically nodding along with the clerk's instructions.
"It's just so important that each of us feel we're part of this nation and can serve, doing our part to uphold justice," she said.
Her former husband wasn't as enthusiastic to do his civic duty. In 2015, he was fined US$250 ($320) for missing five jury summonses over nine years.
It's unclear what case Maples could potentially sit on.
But the case of nanny Yoselyn Ortega who is accused of murdering two young children in her care, in a crime that shocked New York in 2012, is one possibility.
This story was originally published in the New York Post and is reprinted with permission.