Stormy Daniels arrested at strip club, lawyer says


Avenatti blasted the arrest as a "politically motivated sting" and a 'ridiculous use of [police] resources'.

Daniels was arrested at an OH strip club and is accused of letting patrons touch her in violation of a state law, her attorney said. Well, it's complicated - and stranger than fiction.

The adult film actress, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was performing on Wednesday night at Sirens club, in the city of Columbus. In Stormy's mug shot, which you can see below, the gorgeous stripper/porn star looks calm and poised.

OH law says a person who performs "nude or seminude on the premises of a sexually oriented business" are not allowed to be touched by patrons. That includes in the club or even in the club's parking lot.

Later Thursday morning, Avenatti said that Daniels "will issue a plea of "Not Guilty" to the three misdemeanor charges".

Undercover Columbus police officers also said they observed Daniels fondling the breasts of female patrons.

They say Stormy's touchy-feely performance came later - around 11:30 PM - and she actually motorboated all 3 undercover cops, not just Praither. "Keckley's head and began smacking her face with her bare breasts and holding her face between her breasts against her chest", the documents said. Avenatti said the officers present at the performance were in plain clothes. A person who answered the phone at the club declined to comment. It reeks of desperation.

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According to an article published a year ago in The Columbus Dispatch, the law, which also restricts the hours of operation for strip clubs and adult book stores, is rarely, if ever, enforced.

"We will vehemently contest all charges", he said.

Daniels is suing Trump and his former personal lawyer Michael Cohen to nullify a 2016 non-disclosure agreement preventing her from speaking out about the affair she says she had with Trump in 2006.

She was released on bail before 6:00am (local time) - court records show Daniels posted $US6,000 ($8,112). "There has to be higher priorities!"

"We are confident she will be cleared of all charges", Avenatti said.

Trump forcefully denied the affair. In May, Trump said Daniels was paid to stop "false and extortionist accusations" she made about a sexual encounter with him.