From the very start, there have been doubts about the true intentions of Stormy Daniels, an adult performer who has been taking legal action against the President of the United States stemming from a 12-year alleged affair.
According to Daniels, then-citizen Trump paid her $130,000 to stay quiet regarding the affair, along with forcing the adult actress and exotic dancer to sign a non-disclosure agreement as well. With Daniels’ career now waning due to the age restraints such work inherently has, many have seen her recent legal action against the President as nothing more than a bit of showbiz to promote her current career as a traveling stripper. Her current tour, by the way, is called the “Make America Horny Again Tour”, as if you still had any doubts about the true intent of Daniels’ recent media blitz.
Daniels is making headlines once again this week, but not because of any shady antics from her lawyer, nor was there any movement in her pending case against the Commander in Chief. No, Ms. Daniels has been arrested in Ohio in a predictably salacious scenario.
The charging docs obtained by WBNS @10TV allege Stormy Daniels violated Ohio law by touching a "specified anatomical area" of female and male officers posing as patrons, and also touched them with her own "specified anatomical area." pic.twitter.com/kykV6MlQfG
— Steven Portnoy (@stevenportnoy) July 12, 2018
Of course, Daniel’s bizarrely-behaved legal counsel, Michael Avenatti, had an unsurprisingly batty response.
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
For Avenatti’s records, different states have different laws regarding what can and cannot occur within an adult establishment. That’s something we would have hoped such a prestigious lawyer would have realized.
Daniels was arrested for violating a 2007 state law called the Community Defense Act which prohibits touching a nude or semi-nude dancer, unless you’re a member of the dancer’s immediate family.
“Daniels was topless when she ‘knowingly’ touched a female Columbus police officer’s buttocks, placed her hands on the officer’s breast and then put her chest in the officer’s face while ‘on the premise of a sexually oriented business,’ according to charging documents from the Franklin County Municipal Court obtained by WBNS,” Fox News reported.
Avenatti’s absurd claim that this was somehow politically motivated has been spreading across social media like only the plague of liberalism knows how to spread, even after the charges were dropped by an Ohio judge.
This is pure authoritarian-style harassment – which I somehow know @MichaelAvenatti will not let stand!
“Prosecutors in Columbus, Ohio, on Thursday dropped all criminal charges against porn star Stormy Daniels, hours after police arrested her.” https://t.co/y5k94WATKV
— Amy Siskind (@Amy_Siskind) July 12, 2018
Congratulations for the swift win. Seems kind of like knocking a balloon out of the way on your way to a prize fight.
— Wendy Wasserman Schultz (@dvorakoelling) July 12, 2018
Ask Hillary Clinton how that “prize fight” analogy worked out for her, will you Wendy?