Published: Sat, August 18, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

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

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

Daniels alleges that Trump paid "hush money" to silence her about the affair and said she was "threatened" to sign a non-disclosure agreement. Channel 5 said they couldn't agree "any acceptable conditions" for her to enter.

"When Stormy realized that the show's producers were trying to produce a certain result, and she wasn't going to be free to be herself as planned, she withdrew", Clifford's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told NBC News.

Fans were left baffled at the 39-year-old's absence on Thursday night's show following widespread reports she was set to be an explosive addition, yet The Sun now report it was a pay row with producers that saw her quit the show.

This came out today when Stormy - a former porn star who alleged earlier this year that she had an affair with Donald Trump - was due to appear on "Loose Women" however as her segment approached host Kaye Adams announced that she couldn't be on the show due to "legal implications", despite being just backstage. "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.

Innerestingly, Stormy also canceled last minute on talk show Loose Women, apparently from her dressing room!

Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-camera and took a photograph with her, told viewers: "This is her side of the story".

Panellist Jane Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-air, said a custody battle involving her daughter in the U.S. was to blame.

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"It has now become a legal situation and she says she has been told she can't come and talk".

Moore continued: "She wanted to go on the [Celebrity Big Brother] live show and explain [what had happened] and that was all agreed, she says, and then suddenly they said, 'We don't want you to do any of it'".

There was a noticeable presence missing from last night's show though - Stormy Daniels.

"She thought, "I can't commit". "What she wants to do, she says, this is all "allegedly", is she said, 'I will go on the live shows".

CBB airs nightly on Channel 5 at 9pm.

However, since then Daniel lawyer issued a statement with a different response and claim the Big Brother producers were responsible for the whole debacle, not his client, calling the squabble for more money "complete bulls**t". "She's very angry. She feels that she's had her power taken away from her".

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