Donald Trump may have to defend his penis size all over again.
A Los Angeles artist told The New York Daily News this weekend the GOP presidential frontrunner's legal team threatened her with a lawsuit over a nude portrait she made of businessman - an artwork that is not flattering to The Donald's "member."
"I don't believe I did anything wrong," Illma Gore told the newspaper. "It's my work and I'll stand by it no matter what."
Gore painted the portrait, titled "Make America Great Again," in February, long before Trump publicly discussed his penis during a Republican debate.
Her artist's statement for the piece reads: "Because no matter what is in your pants, you can still be a big prick."
The Guardian reported the piece went viral and earned bids over $140,000. It even went on display in the Maddox Gallery in Mayfair, London earlier this month.
But it's popularity apparently got the attention of Trump's legal team. Gore told The New York Daily NewsTrump's lawyers called her twice, threatening lawsuits over the painting. She also said Facebook warned of legal action for copyright violation under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. The artist accused Facebook, and other social media sites like Twitter and eBay, of censoring some posts because of her graphic piece.
She said the painting has also brought her "threats of rape," "detailed death threats" and stalkers at her home, according to The New York Daily News.
Nevertheless, the backlash hasn't stopped her and Gore said she feels inspired by the presidential campaign to make more art.