Donald Trump's beauty queen nemesis Alicia Machado, a.k.a. "Miss Piggy" or "Miss Housekeeping," has quite an interesting past apparently.
Like, a sordid sex tape past.
The former Miss Universe model became a national news fixation this week after Hillary Clinton name-checked her on Monday evening.
In her debate with the Donald, the former Secretary of State called out her rival's mistreatment of women, with Machado as an example.
While the tactic worked to a point - Machado's feud with Trump has dominated news cycles - Alicia's own suspect past has come to light.
In 2005, the former beauty pageant winner appeared on a Spanish reality TV show called La Granja VIP, which translates to The VIP Farm.
The show, which sounds like many others you'd see in the UK or US, took celebs out of their comfort zone and had them work as farmers.
Machado, to quote Kaitlyn Bristowe, got her field plowed.
In one episode, Machado and costar Fernando Acaso were caught having sex on the farm, and we are talking full-on bonking on video.
They knew the cameras were rolling, but continued on.
At one point, Machado could be heard telling Acaso, while engaged in some intercourse under the covers, “You have an amazing d--k!”
She certainly looked like she meant that at the time.
Incidentally, co-stars Maria Isabel Ruiz (Miss Spain 2004) and Dani DJ were banging at the same time, so it was kind of like a porno in there.
Machado had been engaged to baseball star Bobby Abreu before going on the show, but he dumped her very publicly not long after.
Clinton left all of that out of Machado’s biography.
Trump, according to Clinton, once called the former Miss Universe “Miss Piggy” and “Miss Housekeeping,” demanding she lose weight.
The Republican nominee then doubled down on his alleged comments the next day, saying "she was the worst we ever had - the worst.
"The absolute worst," Trump added, “She was the winner and then she gained a massive amount of weight, and it was a real problem.”
Whether any Trump supporters care - or whether Machado's example helps sway undecided voters to Clinton - is very much unclear.
All we know is that this is a bizarre election.
When else in modern history has the news media focused on a former Miss Universe with a checkered past in a presidential campaign?
Her past involves more than live sex, too.
Alicia Machado also was named in an attempted murder case 20 years ago, although she was later exonerated from any involvement.
She's a character.