Police Chief Will Review Stormy Daniels Case, Says 'Mistake' Was Made

Kobby Dagan

Kobby Dagan

Daniels's case was dismissed, however, because the law caveats that it is against the law for regular performers.

Police approached Daniels, who was topless and wearing a G-string, after she was seen "using her bare breasts to smack the patrons" and "fondling the breasts of the female patrons", according to an incident report published online by a local news outlet.

The statement wrapped up with, "My office was not involved in this sting operation, so any additional questions about it must be directed to the Columbus Division of Police".

Daniels later announced that a follow-up performance at the same club Thursday - initially cancelled - would go ahead after all.

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is now suing President Donald Trump to get out of a nondisclosure agreement she signed to stay quiet about an alleged affair the two had in 2006.

"She was arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non-sexual manner!" After the case was dismissed against Daniels, the city attorney said he was also looking into the charges against the other two defendants. A person who answered the phone at the strip club declined to comment. "Are you kidding me?"

After her Sirens show, officers knocked on the door of her tour bus and took her into custody in an arrest that Avenatti said left her "traumatized and rattled". They are devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations for this? "There has to be higher priorities".

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"This was a setup & politically motivated".

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, is being accused of fondling patrons during her onstage performance Wednesday night. "We will fight all bogus charges".

"Vice personnel working last night believed they had probable cause that state law regulating sexually-oriented businesses was violated; however, one element of the law was missed in error, and charges were subsequently dismissed", said Jacobs.

She is suing Trump and his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, to be released from a nondisclosure agreement that she says she signed days before the 2016 presidential election to prevent her from publicly discussing the alleged affair.

Daniels has said she had sex with President Donald Trump in 2006, when he was married, which Trump has denied.

He initially said he used his own money to pay Daniels and was not reimbursed by Trump.

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