Whatever Happened to Trump's Second Wife, Marla Maples?

Donald Trump's current wife, former model Melania, has been hitting the campaign trail supporting her husband’s presidential run.

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Melania is the billionaire’s third wife, whom he married in 2005.

His was married to his first wife, Ivana, from 1977 to 1992 and they had three children together - Donald Jr., Ivanka and Eric. 

In 1993 he married Marla Maples, and their union lasted six years. She made front-page news after she was quoted telling a friend that sex with The Donald was "the best sex I’ve ever had” when the two had an affair in 1990.

While Ivana reportedly got $25 million fromTrump when their marriage ended, Maples walked away with under $2 million.

Marla tried her hand at acting, hitting the Great White Way in the "Will Rogers Follies" and even performed at Carnegie Hall.

She also was a special correspondent for INSIDE EDITION and interviewed a very young Michael Jordan in the early 90s.

But Marla’s main focus has been the daughter she had with Trump in 1993. Tiffany Trump is now 22.

Maples retreated to Los Angeles to raise Tiffany and says Trump did not play a big role. But since Tiffany has moved east to attend college she's gotten closer to her dad and her half-brothers and half-sister.

Author Gwenda Blair, who wrote the book The Trumps, told INSIDE EDITION: "Tiffany lived on the West Coast, Donald lived in New York City, so, there was no way he could share in her life the way he shared in his older children's lives. He was in touch with her. He paid child support. He paid for her education." 

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In 2013, Maples appeared on Oprah: Where Are They Now? and said: "I still love Donald. I love Eric and Ivanka and Donnie so much."

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