Stormy Daniels Is Afraid For Her Daughter's Life And The Negativity She May Have To Endure In The Future
When adult film actress Stormy Daniels decided to give a full interview detailing her affair with President Donald Trump, she inadvertently put herself in the direct line of fire. Daniels claims she was involved with Trump between 2006 and 2007, although he vehemently denies the allegations.
The drama heightened when Trump’s legal team sought up to $20 million in damages after the Daniels’ story went public, citing breach of contract. Former Trump’s lawyer, Michael Cohen, paid Daniels $130,000 in exchange for her silence about the alleged affair, an agreement Trump’s lawyers claim she broke.
In an interview with “Loose Women” on ITV, Daniels expressed her concerns for the safety of her daughter. She already has armed bodyguards accompany her and her daughter when she is in public, and they are on guard at her house.
... That is my biggest fear, … that her life is going to changed forever in a negative way which was also one of the reasons why I decided to come forward and start speaking up.
Daniels said that coming out with her story was her way of protecting her daughter. News of the Daniels’ affair was in circulation long before the 2016 Presidential elections, but it came to a head after she spoke out about threats to her life and that of her daughter.
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In July this year, police arrested Daniels at a strip club in Columbus, Ohio. Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, broke the news on Twitter, insisting that the arrest was politically motivated and yet another tactic by the President to silence Daniels. According to Avenatti, police charged Daniels for “allegedly allowing a customer to touch her on stage in a sexual manner.”
Just rcvd word that my client @StormyDaniels was arrested in Columbus Ohio whole performing the same act she has performed across the nation at nearly a hundred strip clubs. This was a setup & politically motivated. It reeks of desperation. We will fight all bogus charges. #Basta— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) July 12, 2018
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.