RadarOnline.com exclusively can reveal all the shocking details of Stormy Daniels’ arrest in a strip club in Ohio.
Trouble for the porn star started on July 11 when police responded to Sirens Gentleman’s Club in Columbus to investigate reports of “prostitution and drug activity.”
According to the official police report filed after Daniels’ arrest at the jiggle joint, "at approximately 11:30 pm, a dancer using the stage name Stormy Daniels, later identified as Stephanie Clifford, made her way to the main stage and began performing.”
“The majority of the patrons,” continued the report, “got up from their tables and stood immediately adjacent to the stage throwing dollar bills at Ms. Clifford.”
That’s when the striptease allegedly took a turn to the dirty side.
“During her performance after removing her top exposing her breasts she began forcing the faces of the patrons into her chest and using her bare breasts to smack the patrons,” the report claimed. “The officers also observed Ms. Clifford fondling the breasts of the female patrons.”
When several officials on the scene — including two females, Detective Keckley and Officer Praither, and a male, Detective Rosser — allegedly observed the “criminal activity,” the two policewomen approached the stage.
Daniels, 39, “made her way over to Det. Keckley and began performing in front of her. Ms. Clifford leaned over, grabbed Det. Keckley's head and began smacking her face with her bare breasts,” claimed the report.
Daniels “then moved down the stage where Ofc. Praither was standing and began fondling Ofc. Praither's buttock and breasts, she then forced Ofc. Praithers's head into her chest between her breasts and began smacking Ofc. Praither's face with her bare breasts as she had done with all other patrons and aforementioned officers.”
Unfortunately for Daniels and club patrons, the officers decided to take action and stop her allegedly illegal actions.
“During this time Det. Rosser was standing back near the bar area witnessing the criminal activity,” noted the police report. “As soon as Ms. Clifford moved on from Ofc. Praither, Det. Rosser made his way through the crowd to advise the other officers that he was exiting the club to request the assistance of patrol to arrest Daniels.”
As Radar reported, Daniels lawyer, Michael Avenatti later insisted his client’s arrest was “a setup” and “politically motivated.”
“It reeks of desperation. We will fight all bogus charges,” he added.
According to Avenatti, the charges have now been dropped.
Earlier this year, Daniels claimed Donald Trump, 72, paid her hush money to hide their affair. She alleged she had sexual intercourse with the politician when his wife, Melania, was expecting son Barron.
Trump denied all Daniels’ claims, though his lawyer admitted to having paid the star money out of his own pocket.
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