Donald Trump Gave Princess Diana ‘The Creeps,’ Says ITV Reporter Selina Scott — Called Woman A ‘Hooker’

Selina Scott is making big buzz with her Daily Mail article about her experiences with Donald Trump. Selina met Trump more than 20 years ago, when the ITV reporter was tasked with spending two weeks with the “Donald” in 1995 to create the hour-long profile of Trump. In the nearly 2,000-word first-person essay, Scott writes about meeting Trump and seeing his white leather bed from 30,000 feet in the air on Trump’s private jet. The seductive words from the Donald calling Selina “beautiful,” because Trump liked “beautiful things,” would later turn to Trump calling her a loser with a bad career.

The article, published on January 30, has received more than 15,000 social media shares, and greater than 1,400 comments.

Scott said she received plenty of hateful letters from Trump after “The Donald” wasn’t happy about his charm offensive not working to sway Selina to create a positive profile of Trump. Instead, Scott said she was embarrassed when the billionaire who is Donald was shown in a Channel 4 documentary called The Madness Of Donald Trump, dancing around Selina and claiming how beautiful Scott was.

“Isn’t she beautiful? She doesn’t think she’s beautiful but she is beautiful.”

Selina wrote that it’s a common theme that Trump quickly turns on those who don’t co-sign to his supposed charm.

The fact Donald still had Scott on his mind when Ruby Wax interviewed him in the below YouTube clip was a fact that Selina claimed went on for years. Trump claimed Scott was a horrible reporter.

The real Trump is a person being sought as the possibility of “the Donald” turning into President Trump or Mr. Trump in the White House looms closer. Selina believes that Trump is a predator.

“Trump is a shark. A shark has no yesterday and no tomorrow. Just the next meal, the next victim to be destroyed and consumed. And a shark must keep moving or die. That’s Trump. Let me tell you what happened when I met him. It would have been easy to have been overwhelmed by the tidal wave of flattery and attention I received from Trump when I arrived in New York to make a documentary about the man now dividing America with his inflammatory rhetoric.

“Checking into my suite at the exclusive Plaza Hotel, which Trump then owned, overlooking Central Park, I was greeted by a forest of blood-red roses with a tasteful handwritten note that simply said: ‘Donald.’ Later that day, when I went to meet Trump at his Manhattan office, his secretary Norma had been well briefed.”

Roses turned to name-calling when Selina wrote that she didn’t offer the flattering portrayal that Donald wanted — but instead did her job as a reporter and portrayed the truth.

“He scrawled across the top: ‘Selina you are a major loser.’ Another letter declared: ‘Dear Selina, I hear your career is going terribly.’ “

Scott said Donald introduced her to his cohorts not as a journalist, but as some kind of paid hack in Trump’s pocket.

“Gentlemen, I would like you to meet our new partner in the deal. The legendary Selina Scott …”

Selina also accused Trump of lying about owning 100 percent of the Empire State Building. Exposure of those inconsistencies is what drew the wrath of the Donald toward Scott. Two other women in Trump’s life at the time, his then-wife, Marla, and his mother, Mary Macleod, were described as silent and perfectly-coiffed, respectively.

Selina says that Trump only quit harassing her with name-calling scrawled upon news articles sent to Selina and the on-air diss on Wax’s show above when Scott threatened to go to the law about Trump’s stalking.

Meanwhile, NBC has sought to purchase Selina’s Channel 4 Trump interview, so that The Madness of Donald Trump — or whatever the documentary with unseen footage will be called — should reveal plenty more about the man who wants to surge to the highest office in the nation.

Selina writes that “The Donald” called another Manhattan man’s wife a “hooker” and bad-mouthed her around New York — while he told Scott he would “get” another reporter who was trying to do her job as well.

“She was a member of Manhattan’s elite, sitting on the boards of many charities, but he bad-mouthed her around town, calling her a ‘hooker’ and other detestable names – almost, her husband said, driving their marriage on to the rocks.”

However, Trump wanted Princess Diana, and called her his dream lady. In The Art Of The Comeback, Donald wrote about his regrets of not making a play for Lady Diana Spencer. Selina says Diana told her Trump creeped her out.

“Diana told me: ‘He gives me the creeps.’ “

[Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP]