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Stormy Daniels Arrested For “Motorboating” Female Undercover Cop *VIDEO* #StormyDaniels #crime

Stormy Daniels, the adult film actress who has made headlines for an alleged affair with Donald Trump, was arrested while performing Wednesday night at a Columbus, Ohio, strip club after allegedly having physical contact with patrons.

Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti in a Twitter post claimed the arrest “was politically motivated, and “reeks of desperation.”

Police said Daniels was busted after allegedly touching three different undercover vice police officer during her performance at the Sirens club, in violation of state law barring anyone who is not a family member from touching a dancer who is either nude or semi-nude, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

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Court documents reportedly claim that Daniels, during her peformance, forced faces of club customers into her breasts and used her exposed breast to smack their faces. She also allegedly fondled the breast of female customers.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was released on bail within hours of being arrested on three counts of misdemeanor sex offenses, according to an NBC affiliate. She is scheduled to appear in court Friday.

Her attorney Michael Avenatti said:

“This was a complete set up, it’s absurd that law-enforcement resources are being spent to conduct a sting operation related to customers touching performers in a strip club in a non-sexual manner.”

Avenatti told NBC News that he was of the understanding that there were multiple undercover vice officers in the club during Daniels’ show. After the customer touched her, according to the attorney, those officers got up and arrested the performer on the spot.

In subsequent tweets, Avenatti vowed that she will plead not guilty to all of them. “We will vehemently contest” the charges, he said.

In the meantime, however, the arrest forced Daniels to cancel a second performance scheduled for Thursday night in Columbus, according to a statement tweeted by Avenatti.

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Recently, a judge informed professional video whore Stephanie Clifford that she will have to wait.

A federal judge denied a request to resume her stalled lawsuit to get out of a 2016 nondisclosure agreement that bars her from talking about an imaginary sexual encounter with Donald Trump more than a decade ago.

U.S. District Judge S. James Otero in Los Angeles said the request by Clifford, who goes by the stage name Stormy Daniels, didn’t overcome the seriousness of the criminal investigation into Trump’s longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen, who got a 90-day hold placed on the suit after pleading his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, Bloomberg reports.

“The gravity of the criminal investigation and the various competing interests in this action counseled in favor of a temporary stay,” Otero said.

Trump and Cohen are both defendants in Clifford’s lawsuit. Michael Avenatti, her attorney, argued in May that Trump’s sudden acknowledgment of a 2016 hush agreement with Clifford — which the president had previously denied knowing about — meant the case could move ahead without Cohen.

When the stay was issued on April 27, the California judge wasn’t aware of Trump’s statements a day earlier on Fox News, where the president said the criminal investigation in New York had nothing to do with the hush-agreement case, Avenatti said in the May filing. Rudy Giuliani, Trump’s lawyer, also asserted Cohen’s innocence on May 2, telling Fox’s Sean Hannity that Trump was aware of the agreement and repaid Cohen for the “perfectly legal” hush payment.

“Mr. Trump or Mr. Giuliani’s belief in Mr. Cohen’s innocence has absolutely no bearing on Mr. Cohen’s Fifth Amendment privilege,” Otero said. “As the holder of the privilege, it is Mr. Cohen himself who must determine whether there is a reasonable ‘risk of incrimination’ that would justify his silence.”

Avenatti said he will file an appeal shortly. “The ruling was not unexpected,” he said Tuesday.

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Mr Americana, Overpasses News Desk
July 12th, 2018

 

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