"As of tonight, we were approached by six separated women with similar stories to my client," said Michael Avenatti, Daniels' lawyer, in an interview on CNN's "Anderson Cooper 360". "I want to emphasize that we have not reviewed these stories to any great extent, however, the initial consultation, the initial information we received indicates that there are some striking similarities between their stories and those of my client, Miss Clifford."
In his interview on CNN, Avenatti did not explain the similarities between Daniels' case and that of other women. He did not say if the other claims involved President Donald Trump.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has filed a complaint against the president over a confidentiality agreement that she claims is null and void.
The agreement was made just before the 2016 election with Trump's personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, who paid Daniels $ 130,000 for his silence on an alleged affair he had with Trump in 2006.
Payment, which Cohen admitted having done, it was done through a private LLC.  Avenatti said he had seen at least two other confidentiality agreements, but continued to emphasize that it was still very early in the process.
The Trump lawsuit argues that the silent agreement is not valid because it was signed on Trump's behalf by Cohen, and not by Trump himself.
Daniels' attorney has also claimed that Cohen has continued to try to silence her.
A hearing was scheduled for July 12 in the Los Angeles County Superior Court.