Charges against Stormy Daniels dropped after strip club arrest

Stormy Daniels' lawyer said they will

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

Daniels was charged with three counts of illegal sexually-oriented activity, a misdemeanor, after she allegedly engaged in physical contact with undercover officers at Sirens Gentlemen's Club in Columbus late Wednesday.

Stormy Daniels was arrested Wednesday night in OH during a stage performance at a strip club for allegedly illegally touching a patron of the club, and she's been riding high on Twitter ever since.

OH law prohibits employees who regularly appear "nude or semi-nude on the premises of a sexually oriented business" from being touched by or touching club-goers, unless they are members of the dancer's immediate family.

Avenatti said Daniels will enter a "not guilty" plea and won't appear in court for her arraignment at 9:30 a.m. Friday morning at Franklin Municipal Court. "Keckley's head and began smacking her face with her bare breasts and holding her face between her breasts against her chest", they wrote in the report about one female officer, according to MSNBC. Then-Governor Ted Strickland, a Democrat, allowed the law to take effect without his signature despite a Statehouse debate that included young women in pink "Dancers for Democracy" shirts opposing the effort, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

Through White House officials, Mr Trump has denied the affair, although Mr Cohen has admitted paying Daniels as part of the agreement.

The 39-year-old adult film star who claims to have had sex with President Donald Trump was charged with three misdemeanors, each punishable by up to six months in jail and a $1,000 fine.

Saddened to hear the other 2 dancers arrested with me last night did not have their charges dropped.

Because Clifford does not regularly appear at the Columbus strip club, charges were dismissed. "There has to be higher priorities!", he added.

In a telephone interview with the New York Times, Avenatti expounded on Daniels' arrest.

Daniels was arrested at a club in Columbus, Ohio while performing an act she has done at almost 100 strip clubs across America, Michael Avenatti wrote on Twitter.

"Are you kidding me?" he asked.

"Daniels' attorney, Michael Avenatti, told The Associated Press that some patrons touched Daniels in a non-sexual" way during her performance. "It's absurd that law enforcement resources are being spent to conduct a sting operation related to customers touching performers in a strip club in a non-sexual manner".

Police said two other women were arrested along with Daniels. Before the election, she was paid $130,000 to stay silent in a deal handled by Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen. Trump has denied it.

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