A third detective who observed the "criminal activity" from the back of the club told the other officers he would leave and request patrol assistance to arrest Daniels and two other suspects, according to the police report.
There's still some confusion about what exactly happened inside the Sirens Gentleman's Club in Columbus, Ohio last night.
In Ohio, it is illegal for an employee who is "nude or seminude" at a sexually oriented business to be touched by a patron or to touch a patron, with the exception of an immediate family member.
Court records show Daniels posted $6,054.00 in bail and was released.
Daniels has alleged she had an affair with President Donald Trump in 2006 and that during his presidential campaign, she was paid $130,000 by Trump's attorney Michael Cohen to keep quiet about the tryst.
"They are devoting law enforcement resources to sting operations for this?"
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Evidently, Avenatti was displeased with the arrest, referring to it as desperate and politically motivated.
Avenatti said it was "ridiculous" that Columbus Police forced Daniels on a perp walk for the cameras at Jackson Pike Correctional Facility and police could instead focus on Columbus's skyrocketing murder rate.
Avenatti posted on Twitter on Thursday morning that Daniels will plead not guilty to three misdemeanour charges. He said female undercover officers asked Daniels if they could place their face between her breasts.
He said his client was accused of allowing a patron to touch her while onstage in a "nonsexual manner".
Her attorney, Michael Avenatti, made a similar claim on his Twitter, saying it "reeks of desperation". After taking off her top, Daniels "began forcing the faces of the patrons into her chest and using her bare breasts to smack the patrons". He says they will fight all charges, which he called "bogus".
A Columbus police spokeswoman did not immediately respond to a message seeking comment. The president has denied an affair occurred.
Trump admitted in May that he reimbursed Cohen for the hush money.