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Porn star Stormy Daniels says ‘child predator’ tried to kidnap her daughter

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STORMY Daniels has claimed on Twitter that a “child predator” has her address and attempted to kidnap her daughter.

The pornographic actress made the accusations on Friday afternoon, appearing to say she had turned to police to report an “attempted kidnapping.”

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Stormy Daniels, 41, has claimed a ‘child predator’ attempted to take her daughter[/caption]

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Daniels took to Twitter to express her concerns[/caption]

Daniels wrote: “Hey…did you know a current passport is not considered ‘valid ID’ and the police won’t even let you report an attempted kidnapping without a drivers license? Me either.”

When one Twitter user then replied to let her know the police officer or officers had been wrong in their assumptions of valid ID, Daniels then appeared to explain the extent of her accusations.

Daniels, 41, replied: “I went to the police station and they wouldn’t even let me speak to a detective. A fucking child predator has my address and tried to take my kid.”

One Twitter user pointed out that a DMV would take a passport as a form of ID to get a license.

The actress replied: “I shouldn’t need any ID to report a child predator…but yes, exactly. They were immensely unhelpful and 24 hours later NO UPDATE”

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Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, gained nationwide attention when she alleged to have had an affair with Donald Trump[/caption]

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, gained nationwide attention when she alleged to have had an affair with Donald Trump while he was married to his third wife Melania in 2006.

She claims she had sex with him in a hotel room in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, just months after Melania gave birth to their son Barron.

In an interview with Vogue on August 28, Stormy Daniels claimed it was “morbid curiosity” that prompted her to go to Trump’s hotel suite.

She claimed she came out of the bathroom and Trump “was in his underwear and his shirt and he was like, ‘Heeey…’ It was just normal-people sex.”

ALLEGED AFFAIR

Days before the 2016 presidential election, Ms Daniels was paid $130,000 to stay quiet as part of a non-disclosure agreement handled by Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen.

Cohen has since said the agreement was struck to help Trump capture the White House.

Daniels filed a lawsuit against Donald Trump to end a hush-money agreement.

In March 2019, that suit was tossed out by a judge, as it was decided that she’d already told all about their alleged affair.

US District Judge James Otero dismissed the lawsuit because Trump and Mr Cohen had agreed not to enforce the nondisclosure agreement against Daniels, according to reports.

Daniels’ attorney Michael Avenatti in a Twitter post: “The Court specifically found that Stormy received everything she asked for in the lawsuit – she won.”


In his ruling, Otero sent the lawsuit back to California Superior Court – essentially ending the case.

He said the case “lacks subject matter jurisdiction.”

The nondisclosure agreement did not prevent Daniels from speaking to news media, including CBS’ show 60 Minutes, or releasing a memoir titled Full Disclosure.

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Daniels hit back at some commentors who did not take her Twitter accusations seriously[/caption]



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