Stormy Daniels arrested at OH strip club, lawyer says

Stormy Daniels' lawyer said they will

Image Stormy Daniels' lawyer said they will 'vehemently contest all charges'

Charges against adult film actress Stormy Daniels for allegedly touching three undercover detectives while performing at an OH strip club were dismissed Thursday, her attorney said.

Earlier Thursday, Avenatti told NBC News that Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was touched in a nonsexual manner while on stage but that she had been the victim of an elaborate "sting operation" by police. "We will fight all bogus charges", Avenatti tweeted.

Documents posted on the Franklin County Municipal Court website show Ms Daniels has posted $6,054 (£4,586) in bail, and is scheduled for an arraignment on Friday. Avenatti alleged that her arrest was "a politically motivated set up".

Adult film actress Stormy Daniels was recently arrested after performing in a strip club in Colombus, Ohio. He also said that Daniels is briefly postponing her national tour and will plead not guilty to the charges against her. A violation is a misdemeanor. "There has to be higher priorities".

"Since last fall, Columbus Police were made aware of illegal activity through various adult entertainment clubs throughout the city".

Avenatti said it was "ridiculous" that Columbus Police forced Daniels on a perp walk for the cameras at Jackson Pike Correctional Facility and police could instead focus on Columbus's skyrocketing murder rate.

According to the report, Daniels held the faces of a female and male officer between her breast when they approached the stage. "I deeply apologize to my fans in Columbus". The strip club where she reportedly performed, called Sirens, also declined to comment when asked about the matter. But according to a Columbus Dispatch article published in September, 2017, the law has rarely been used.

"It just seems absurd to me that this is something that would require this amount of resources and would result in the arrest of my client", Avenatti continued. She's suing Trump and his former longtime personal attorney, Michael Cohen, and seeking to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement that she signed days before the 2016 presidential election.

Earlier this week, Daniels performed in Washington at the Cloakroom, located about halfway between the Capitol and the White House, minutes before President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nomination.

Daniels, 39, has filed two civil lawsuits against Trump, with whom she said she had a sexual encounter in 2006, a decade before he was elected president. Curry said she has never seen anyone get arrested in the 2 years she has worked at Sirens, nor has she had any experience with the law while on the job. Avenatti said in another tweet, appearing to suggest a set-up.

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