Stormy Daniels quits United Kingdom reality TV show minutes before live launch

Angelo Anderson
August 18, 2018

Presenter Kaye Adams said Daniels was prevented from appearing on the show due to legal issues.

"She's furious. The stories about her asking for more money are all rubbish - obviously she wasn't going to be paid to tell, then isn't going in".

At the end of Loose Women a statement from Channel 5 was read out saying it "categorically" denied Daniels' account of the events surrounding her decision not to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.

"Producers discussed a variety of options with her but were unable to agree any acceptable conditions for her entering the house", a spokesperson for the network added.

Stormy Daniels' lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said she pulled out of Celebrity Big Brother at the last minute because of a row with producers who were pressuring her to act in a way she felt uncomfortable with.

It was actually a legal issue in a custody battle she is having over her seven-year-old daughter with her husband who she is in the middle of divorcing.

The adult film star, whose accusations of an affair with Donald Trump have dogged the USA president, was due to appear as the high-profile guest star on the long-running reality TV series. "That massive mock-up of the White House was all for Stormy", the shocked TV insider reveals, adding that executives at United Kingdom network Channel 5 are "baffled" by her behaviour.

'Celebrity Big Brother' kicked off last night but fans were left disappointed when Stormy Daniels didn't show up after it was heavily rumoured that she would be entering the house.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, then failed to appear on ITV's Loose Women on Friday despite turning up at the studio ahead of filming. "She showed me the email".

"She has been told she can't come on and talk to us".

"This is obviously her side of the story", Moore said.

"And suddenly she thought, "I can't do [CBB]'. What she wanted to do was sort that out".

But Trump's private attorney, Michael Cohen, admitted in February he had paid her $130,000 - which she says was to buy her silence over the "intimate relationship".

The president denies the allegations.

"Reports suggested that she initially had agreed a fee of close to $1M to appear on the monthlong shoot before backing out of that deal and agreeing to a lower amount of $250,000 to stay for one week", states Deadline, adding that Britain's Channel 5 declined to comment.

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