Television producer Chris Nee posted to Twitter Sunday claiming that according to "The Apprentice" producers, footage exists of Donald Trump saying the n-word.
In his tweet, Nee mentions a "5 mill" leak fee, which is a clause in each "Apprentice" employees' contract that imposes a $5 million fee for anyone who leaks a video from the show, according to Fortune magazine.
Nee added the Twitter handle of billionaire entrepreneur Mark Cuban, a vocal Trump opponent.
Nee is hoping Cuban could potentially cover the $5 million fee for anyone who leaks the tapes.
Nee's tweets come just a day after former "Apprentice" producer Bill Pruitt suggested that more damaging tapes could come out.
In addition, someone has started a legal defense fund campaign for people who leak Trump "Apprentice" tapes.
A pattern of racial rhetoric
Although no footage has been released, inflammatory racial rhetoric would not be inconsistent with things Trump has said in the past.
Trump led a racially-charged attack against the parents of a Muslim-American soldier who was killed while serving in Iraq, and initially hesitated to disavow KKK leader David Duke's endorsement.
He also raised the subject of a judge's Mexican heritage as proof the judge is unfit to rule on a legal case involving the now-defunct Trump University.