Daniels, who was semi-nude, allegedly touched some of the patrons' breasts and allowed them to touch her, according to charging documents obtained by ABC affiliate WSYX.
Stormy Daniels, the woman who says she had an affair with US President Donald Trump, has been arrested at an OH strip club for letting patrons touch her in violation of state law. She was charged under an OH law that makes it illegal for "an employee who regularly appears nude or seminude" to touch non-family members "on the premises of a sexually oriented business". But charges were dismissed because she wasn't a regular performer at that establishment - an odd caveat to the law.
The article quoted the Franklin County Sheriff's office as saying in the decade since the law was enacted, it had never had "any complaints or reasons to apply" it. Daniels was arrested by several Columbus police officers after she also allegedly fondled the breasts of female patrons and held the face of a female officer into her chest, WBNS-TV first reported. We also expect that she will be charged with a misdemeanor for allowing 'touching.' We will vehemently contest all charges.
Thursday afternoon, city prosecutors dropped the charges, saying the OH illegal touching law can't be enforced because Daniels has only appeared once at the Columbus club.
According to OH law, "No patron who is not a member of the employee's immediate family shall knowingly touch any employee while that employee is nude or seminude or touch the clothing of any employee while that employee is nude or seminude".
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"T$3 here are undercover vice officers that came to the club for the objective of trying to get her to touch them so that they could then arrest her, which is ludicrous", Avenatti said.
As you can see, Avenatti thinks the charges are politically motivated.
Klein said his office was not involved in what he called a "sting operation".
"It was an absurd use of law enforcement resources", Avenatti said. "There has to be higher priorities", he wrote.
Daniels was busted in Columbus and taken to police headquarters at about 4:30 a.m. Before the election, she was paid $130,000 to stay silent in a deal handled by Trump's personal attorney Michael Cohen. A person who answered the phone at the strip club declined to comment. Trump, who was married at the time of the alleged affair, has disputed her claims.