Stormy Daniels Should Not Have Been Arrested; Will Investigate Officers’ Motivation

Charges against Stormy Daniels dismissed after Ohio arrest

Charges against Stormy Daniels dismissed after Ohio arrest

Griffin was embroiled in heated controversy earlier this year after she released a video depicting the decapitated head of President Trump, a stunt which she ended up issuing a public apology for.

Columbus Police Chief Kim Jacobs said a mistake was made in the arrest of Daniels - the adult film star who allegedly had an affair with President Donald Trump in 2006 and thus has skyrocketed to fame amid her stripping tour.

Take a look at the clip below.

Charges remain, however, against two other Sirens dancers who were cited along with Daniels because they are regular performers at the club. She was seen being brought into a jail in Columbus on Thursday morning.

The state of OH moved to dismiss the case because it did "not have probable cause to proceed on any of the three charges set forth in the complaints", according to scanned court documents that Avenatti posted to social media.

Police said Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, smacked the faces of two female officers and one male officer with her bare breasts during the Wednesday night show. Jacobs said her department will review the arresting officers' motivations internally. Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said he thinks the officers who arrested his client "knew exactly what they were doing", and that he is going to investigate the matter.

Just rcvd word that my client @StormyDaniels was arrested in Columbus Ohio whole performing the same act she has performed across the nation at almost a hundred strip clubs.

The charges levied against Daniels alleged there was touching between her and patrons: a violation of local laws regarding sexually oriented businesses. Prosecutors are checking whether those women will be prosecuted, said city attorney Zach Klein. Daniels had never performed at Sirens before.

Less than 24 hours after being busted at a strip club in what her attorney called a "setup", the charges of illegal sexual activity against Stormy Daniels were dropped.

Just days before the 2016 election, Cohen paid Daniels US$130,000 in exchange for her silence. The White House has said Trump denies an affair happened. She is suing to invalidate the nondisclosure agreement.

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