Jason Miller, a former Trump campaign aide, filed a $100 million defamation lawsuit Monday against Gizmodo Media Group for publishing a story on how he was accused of secretly administering an abortion pill to a woman he met at an Orlando strip club.

A.J. Delgado made the explosive claims in a court filing as she and Miller engage in a bitter custody battle over their young son. Miller had an extramarital affair with Delgado during the 2016 campaign, but Delgado alleges Miller slipped another woman a pill that induced an abortion.

Splinter News, whose parent company is Gizmodo, published the accusations in September, citing the court filing.

Miller denied the allegations last month, but said he was stepping down from his political commentator role at CNN to focus on clearing his name.

Miller is accusing the news site of carrying out “the final step in a plot hatched” by Delgado to ruin his reputation. Splinter’s managing editor Katherine Krueger is also named in the suit.

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“Within twenty-four hours and without a scintilla of proof, the plot succeeded,” the court filing said. “Millions of people read about how Miller tried to kill a woman, killed her unborn child, and beat another woman — none of which actually happened. And, as planned, everyone rushed to judgment. Miller’s life as he knew it was over.”

In the filing reported by Splinter News, Delgado claimed that before her own affair with Miller, the Trump campaign aide had a tryst with a stripper, referred to as Jane Doe, and impregnated her. He then allegedly slipped an abortion pill into a smoothie that caused her to have a miscarriage, the report said.

In Monday’s court filing, Miller said the accusations were part of a filing that had been sealed by the court. The lawsuit also includes an affidavit, with redactions, from “Jane Doe” saying she does not know and has never had “a relationship of any kind” with Miller.

“This case is a terrifying example of how people can use false accusations of violence against women to destroy someone’s life,” the lawsuit said.