Stormy Daniels Rainy  Daniels  arrest  not  motivated  by  politics  but  still  improper,  examination  finds

Stormy Daniels Rainy Daniels arrest not motivated by politics but still improper, examination finds

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Stormy Daniels is interviewed following her arrest at an Ohio strip club. Charges versus her were later dropped.

COLUMBUS – Columbus authorities poorly apprehended pornography actress Rainy Daniels at a Columbus strip club last July, but it wasn’t pre-planned or inspired by their politics, an internal examination discovered Friday.

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, was detained at Sirens Gentlemen’s Club between July 11 and July 12 for violating the state’s “no-touch” law, which forbids strippers from touching customers. 

Daniels has actually risen to national attention due to the fact that of a nondisclosure contract she signed with President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, exchanging $130,000 for Daniels’ silence about an declared affair with the then-GOP candidate. Trump denies the affair.

Two other performer, Miranda Panda, of Marion, and Brittany Walters, of Pickerington, were likewise detained. Eventually, charges were dismissed against all three. Columbus City Attorney Zach Klein stated local authorities ought to not enforce that law, calling it  “legally problematic.”

On Friday, Columbus cops launched a months-long internal examination into those arrests. They interviewed 19 people, taken a look at 11,000 e-mails and evaluated more than 30 hours of video.

In the end, they discovered:

  • Lt. Ronald Kemmerling, Sgt. Scott Soha, Officer Steven Rosser, Officer Whitney Lancaster and Officer Shana Keckley did not plan the arrest of Stormy Daniels far in advance of her appearance in Columbus. 
  • Allegations that the officers jailed Daniels for political motivation or factor were not sustained.
  • The investigation discovered that the four undercover officers made an incorrect arrest of Daniels.

The investigation will be forwarded to their superiors for evaluation and comments. Any discipline will be chose at a later date.

In January, Daniels filed a lawsuit versus Columbus authorities in federal court over the arrest. The authorities department declined remark on the investigation due to pending litigation.

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