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Adult film star Stormy Daniels made headlines in 2018 by claiming that she had a sexual encounter with US President Donald Trump back in 2006 when he was already married to Melania and later received $130,000 in hush money. Trump has repeatedly denied the claims.
Axar.az reports citing NBC News that Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has settled her lawsuit against the city of Columbus and will receive $450,000 over her strip club arrest last year, according to her attorney Chase Mallory and Meredith Tucker, a spokeswoman for City Attorney Zach Klein.
"All parties agreed that a settlement of $450,000 was fair, given the facts and circumstances involved," Klein's spokeswoman said.
The porn star, who became notorious last year after making claims that she had an affair with Donald Trump back in 2006 during his marriage to Melania, was arrested on July 2018 on misdemeanor charges for allegedly inappropriately touching customers. Although the charges were later dropped, Daniels filed a lawsuit against police officers claiming that her arrest was staged in a bid to protect President Donald Trump from her revelations. An investigation into the vice division was then opened by the Columbus Police Department following the porn star's claims, with five officers later receiving disciplinary punishments and several changes implemented in the department.
2019.09.28 / 14:53