Stormy Daniels, who witnesses say was targeted Wednesday by undercover vice cops in a Columbus, Ohio strip club, has been vindicated as the charges have been dismissed. Talk about the fasted dismissal in a so called lewd conduct charge!

Prosecutors immediately moved to dismiss the outrageous charges that were originally based on the “touching” statute in the county as they didn’t apply to Daniels. According to prosecutors in the Columbus district said that the “touching” statute only applies to strippers who “regularly appear” at an establishment. Daniels was a special guest of the venue and so the charges cannot be applied to Daniels.

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Stormy Daniels was arrested Wednesday night after motorboating one of 4 Columbus undercover vice cops while performing at Sirens located at 6190 Cleveland Ave in Columbus, OH. According to the arresting officers arrest report, “Stormy put both hands on Officer Mary Praither’s butt and breasts, and then put her breasts in the officer’s face.”

Daniel’s attorney Michael Avenatti, said he believes the arrest reeked of a sting operation. In fact TMZ is reporting that their sources connected with the Siren nightclub told them the undercover officers were waiting in the back of the club for Daniels to take the stage, appearing as if they were gunning for her.” TMZ reports.

The Columbus Police Department immediately released a statement that Daniels was one of three women arrested at Sirens. “According to police, the arrests were made as part of a long-term investigation into allegations of human trafficking, prostitution and other “vice related” violations at Sirens, said police.

Article by: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

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