Friday, 21 September, 2018

Stormy Daniels freed from jail after jiggle joint arrest

Stormy Daniels freed from jail after jiggle joint arrest Stormy Daniels freed from jail after jiggle joint arrest
Melinda Barton | 12 July, 2018, 18:36

"This was a setup & politically motivated".

Under Ohio law, an employee who regularly appears nude or seminude is prohibited from touching patrons on the premises of a sexually oriented business - unless it's a family member. "We will fight all bogus charges", Avenatti tweeted.

NBC News have posted a video online of what they say is Ms Daniels arriving at Jackson Pike Correctional Center in handcuffs.

Avenatti did not provide details on the "act" in question, but he said Daniels was "arrested for allegedly allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non sexual manner".

Stormy was performing at Sirens. a Columbus, Ohio strip club.

A Columbus police spokeswoman didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment.

Daniels - who was paid $130,000 in hush money over her alleged 2006 affair with President Trump and is now fighting the validity of a non-disclosure agreement she signed - was bailed out of jail early Thursday.

The law, The Community Defense Act, prohibits adult entertainment - defined as nude or topless dancing - between midnight and 6am. She shoved each of their faces between her breasts, court documents said. A person who answered the phone at the club declined to comment.

A spokesman for the Franklin County Sheriff's office could find no instances in which the 2007 law had been used, he told the Dispatch.

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.

Adult-film actress Stephanie Clifford, also known as Stormy Daniels speaks outside US Federal Court with her lawyer Michael Avenatti (R) in New York, April 16, 2018.

Earlier this week, Daniels performed in Washington minutes before President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nomination.

Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, concedes the patrons did indeed touch his client but in a "non-sexual way".

Avenatti called the arrest a "complete set up" in an interview with the Associated Press.

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, claims to have had a sexual encounter with Trump in 2006, which Trump has denied.