Adult film star Stormy Daniels arrested in OH strip club 'setup' - lawyer

United States President Donald Trump and adult film actress Stormy Daniels

United States President Donald Trump and adult film actress Stormy Daniels

Whoops! Columbus, Ohio's police chief is openly admitting that Stormy Daniels" strip club arrest was a "mistake.' We've got her statement revealing that the officers' actions are being reviewed and if Stormy was set up.

Porn actress Stormy Daniels' arrest at an OH strip club on Wednesday night won't impact her scheduled appearance in New Jersey next month, her lawyer said early Thursday.

Charging documents say Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was arrested for touching a patron at a "sexually oriented" business in violation of the law commonly known as the Community Defense Act.

He says he's confident that she'll be cleared of all charges. According to police docs, Stormy put both hands on Officer Mary Praither's butt and breasts, and then put her breasts in the officer's face.

Porn actress Stormy Daniels was arrested Thursday and charged with violating a controversial and conservative-backed OH state law called the Community Defense Act, which prevents adult dancers from touching customers, and vice versa.

The Columbus Dispatch reported that the law, in effect since 2007, is seldom enforced.

Ms Daniels became embroiled in a row with President Donald Trump after saying she had slept with him in 2006, an allegation which he denies.

In April, Daniels filed suit in federal court in NY charging that Trump had defamed her.

Update: The charges against Stormy Daniels have been dropped.

Prosecutors say the "touching" statute only applies to strippers who "regularly appear" at the establishment.

Her attorney said Daniels is accused of quote "allowing a customer to touch her while on stage in a non-sexual manner". "Are you kidding me?" he wrote.

A fourth officer, who was not touched, called for assistance to arrest Daniels and two others: Miranda Panda, of Marion, and Brittany Walters, of Pickerington. "There has to be higher priorities!", he added.

Daniels hasn't posted anything on her own social media pages yet, but released a statement Thursday morning through her lawyer, Michael Avenatti. But her lawyer told NBC News the detectives were undercover vice agents who arrested her after she was touched on stage in a non-sexual manner.

Columbus police did not confirm Daniels' arrest to Fox News.

Cohen paid Daniels $130,000, just days before the 2016 election, in exchange for her silence.

Daniels has been on tour since last winter, appearing at strip clubs across the United States, and had been due to perform again at Sirens on Thursday night.

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