Daniels was eventually released and all charges dropped. Columbus police chief, Kim Jacobs, released a statement apologizing for the arrest, claiming that it was a “mistake” due to misrepresentation of the law. Ohio law prohibits physical contact between strippers and customers. However, the rule only applies to regular dancers.
Daniels was at Sirens in Ohio as part of a national tour and was not subject to the law. Franklin County Municipal Court website showed Daniels posted $6,054 (£4,586) in bail.
Avenatti suggested that his client's arrest was another attempt by President Trump to silence Daniels. However, these claims are unsubstantiated. Still, the drama is bound to affect Daniel's daughter in some way or another. Mothers are usually particular about the safety of their children, and Daniels, in spite of her reputation, is no different. Hopefully, her daughter is spared from harassment and stays safe for as long as the Trump debacle is an issue.
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