A transsexual woman claims Kendra Wilkinson's husband has paid her over $2,000 to keep quiet about an alleged sexual encounter.
A transsexual woman claims Kendra Wilkinson's husband has paid her over $2,000 to stay silent about their tryst.
Ava Sabrina London has alleged Hank Baskett promised to ''take care'' of her and visited her just two weeks after his baby daughter Alijah was born to give her cash in exchange for keeping their encounter secret.
Ava - who passed a voluntary lie detector test before coming forward to tell her story of a sexual experience with Hank - told RadarOnline.com: ''Hank wasn't specific on how he was going to take care of me, but he promised to take care of me financially.
''Hank called me around June 4 to meet him at a gas station so that he can give me money and he kept insisting on it and I said no I wasn't going to meet him there. So he ended up coming to my place and he left $2,000.in a coffee cup by the pool.
''Since I first met Hank, he's given me about $2,400 in cash.''
During her examination by polygrapher Joseph Paolella, video model Ava said Hank - who also has four-year-old son Hank Jr. with Kendra - paid her around $400 after their first encounter in April.
She also confirmed he agreed to pay her $2,000 to deny she ever met with him and he further offered her $5,000 to not talk publicly about their sexual encounter.
According to the report, there was ''no indication of deception'' in her answers.
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