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(CNN)   Clothes, charges against Stormy Daniels dropped   ( cnn.com) divider line
    More: Followup, alleged affair, Police, Daniels, President Donald Trump, Pleading, Sirens Gentlemen, Allegation, court records  
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4 days ago  
And now the lawsuit.
 
4 days ago  
When it's only about retaliation and harassment, of course it's gonna be dropped.
 
4 days ago  
Daniels allegedly made her way toward two detectives, leaned over and grabbed their faces. She shoved each of their faces between her breasts, court documents said.

You monster!
 
4 days ago  
Sounded like malicious prosecution anyway.
 
4 days ago  
Avenatti wins again? This is my shocked face
 
4 days ago  
Now it sounds like she wasn't actually the sting's target.  Huh.
 
4 days ago  

skyotter: Now it sounds like she wasn't actually the sting's target.  Huh.


Was it some kind of bust?
 
4 days ago  
Miranda Panda of Marion, Ohio

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4 days ago  

FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.


Avenitti must be laughing his ass off.
 
4 days ago  

eagles95: skyotter: Now it sounds like she wasn't actually the sting's target.  Huh.

Was it some kind of bust?


Yes, very impressive.
 
4 days ago  
But I saw on Twitter that this had more levels besides what was initially reported, including some human trafficking charges.

Did people lie? On the internet?
 
4 days ago  
That's fine.  Sitting president of the United States using law enforcement to retaliate against people with incriminating evidence against him.

Absolutely fine.

In before we're supposed to allow maximum benefit of the doubt towards an individual who regularly talks about beating up and jailing reporters, protesters, and political enemies.
 
4 days ago  
I am so surprised this happened...so so surprised.

I wish I had known about this ahead of time. Sirens is about 3-4 miles from me and I would have gone.
 
4 days ago  

raerae1980: FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.

Avenitti must be laughing his ass off.


If they keep this up, they'll be able to use his boner as a supporting structure to build a space elevator.
 
4 days ago  

Obscure Login: But I saw on Twitter that this had more levels besides what was initially reported, including some human trafficking charges

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"Hillary Clinton and Stormy Daniels were in the broom closet, trafficking sex slaves, and I saw the sex slaves, and the sex slave, she looked at me."
 
4 days ago  
I wonder if Ohio has the same law about priests touching children?
 
4 days ago  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: Daniels allegedly made her way toward two detectives, leaned over and grabbed their faces. She shoved each of their faces between her breasts, court documents said.

You monster!


Was the arrest for violation of finance laws? Most people I know would pay good money for that
 
4 days ago  

FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.


Minor charge...but the law was broken.  So don't think they can sue.  Probably try just to keep Stormy in limelight.

And her lawyer
 
4 days ago  

Prank Call of Cthulhu: "Hillary Clinton and Stormy Daniels were in the broom closet, trafficking sex slaves, and I saw the sex slaves, and the sex slave, she looked at me."


Then they had cheese pizza with (((Sorros)))
 
4 days ago  

cartersdad: FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.

Minor charge...but the law was broken.  So don't think they can sue.  Probably try just to keep Stormy in limelight.

And her lawyer


They can sue and settle. Not saying they will but they could. Even for $1.
 
4 days ago  
According to the local news, no one has ever been charged under the no touching law since its passing.  Columbus police have better things to do with their time than worry about strip club etiquette.
 
4 days ago  
Laws for some but not for all. This is stormys #metoo
 
4 days ago  

Jster422: That's fine.  Sitting president of the United States using law enforcement to retaliate against people with incriminating evidence against him.

Absolutely fine.

In before we're supposed to allow maximum benefit of the doubt towards an individual who regularly talks about beating up and jailing reporters, protesters, and political enemies.


I would really like to know if the officers involved are Trumpites or not. That can add fuel to all the lawsuits.
 
4 days ago  

skyotter: Now it sounds like she wasn't actually the sting's target.  Huh.

The arrest of Daniels and two others was part of a "long-term investigation into allegations of human trafficking, prostitution, & other vice related violations," Columbus police said in a statement.


And not, of course, Columbus' finest sending a message to someone daring to make trouble for their guy in the White House.
 
4 days ago  
You gotta wonder how many charges against sex workers would get dropped if every one of them had competent legal representation.

The entire system for prosecuting the generally poorer section of society for a host of crimes (sex work, drug use, etc) is dependent on the accused having virtually no ability to fight the charges in court beyond taking whatever plea deal the pubic defender might negotiate during a five minute discussion with the prosecutor.
 
4 days ago  

RyogaM: According to the local news, no one has ever been charged under the no touching law since its passing.  Columbus police have better things to do with their time than worry about strip club etiquette.

The moment anyone heard this, they knew this was revenge for embarrassing Trump.  The question is, who arranged it?
 
4 days ago  

Obscure Login: But I saw on Twitter that this had more levels besides what was initially reported, including some human trafficking charges.

Did people lie? On the internet?


No, part of the rational for the detectives being there was looking for human trafficking, but she wasn't charged with that when they entrapped her by allowing her to touch them.  Turns out that isn't illegal for visiting performers.
 
4 days ago  
Can you imagine being third-shift leader at the Columbus cop shop and having this hot potato tossed at you just in time for the weekend?  Damn right those charges got dismissed.
 
4 days ago  
Sounds like they forgot who her lawyer was. Whoops.
 
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4 days ago  
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/with apologies to John Leguizamo
 
4 days ago  
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4 days ago  
Strike her down and she will become more powerful than Trump could possibly imagine.
 
4 days ago  

Akuinnen: Prank Call of Cthulhu: "Hillary Clinton and Stormy Daniels were in the broom closet, trafficking sex slaves, and I saw the sex slaves, and the sex slave, she looked at me."

Then they had cheese pizza with (((Sorros)))


Aw crap, now I have to update my wall of post-its, newspaper clippings, push-pins and string. But the picture in the center with the big red "X" on it will always stay the same.
 
4 days ago  
That article was a delight to read. Fondling the officers breasts. Tee hee hee. The author stayed so professional, whole talking about cops working a strip club.and getting.fondled as part of their jobs.

Do you think they objected? How did they react? Were they professional about the motorboating? Did they arrest her immediately, or wait till she was done?
 
4 days ago  

Adamata: I wonder if Ohio has the same law about priests touching children?


Or university medical professionals touching athletes.
 
4 days ago  
The cops went on sick leave with neck injuries.
 
4 days ago  

chawco: That article was a delight to read. Fondling the officers breasts. Tee hee hee. The author stayed so professional, whole talking about cops working a strip club.and getting.fondled as part of their jobs.

Do you think they objected? How did they react? Were they professional about the motorboating? Did they arrest her immediately, or wait till she was done?


"So, how was work, honey?"
"Not bad. Got motorboated by Stormy Daniels"
"What, what?"
+
 
4 days ago  
Kinda stupid law for a strip joint. My state they can rip your clothes off you and mount you in the shower stage.... not that i have ever seen this mind you... a friend told me.
 
4 days ago  

RyogaM: According to the local news, no one has ever been charged under the no touching law since its passing.  Columbus police have better things to do with their time than worry about strip club etiquette.


How many police hours were spent attending strip clubs before these bogus arrests were made?
 
4 days ago  

skyotter: Now it sounds like she wasn't actually the sting's target.  Huh.


In other words, it is not the sleazy thing we think the police are doing. It is some entirely different sleazy thing.
 
4 days ago  

cartersdad: FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.

Minor charge...but the law was broken.  So don't think they can sue.  Probably try just to keep Stormy in limelight.


If you read the motion to dismiss, it's clear the law wasn't broken, because the law only applies to performers who perform "regularly".
 
4 days ago  
The DA. "You did what to Who?"
Looks at the aalanch of crap headed their way..
I don't need that headache, "all charges dropped"
Mike
 
4 days ago  
Under an Ohio law passed in 2007, an employee who regularly appears nude or seminude is prohibited from touching patrons on the premises of a sexually oriented business -- unless it's a family member.

Wait, is this Ohio, or Alabama?

/That rule would be the OTHER "Mullet Doctrine", I imagine.
 
4 days ago  
"they observed Daniels remove her top and force patrons' faces into her chest."

Forced? Really? Seeing as it happened at a strip club, I'm pretty sure nobody needed to be forced.
 
4 days ago  
I understood charges were dropped because Stormy Daniels doesn't usually touch "three undercover detectives" in Columbus, OH. Those cops usually just touch themselves.
 
4 days ago  
Did she take the hint? Leave lil Donny alone.
 
4 days ago  

Copper Spork: cartersdad: FortyHams: And now the lawsuit.

Minor charge...but the law was broken.  So don't think they can sue.  Probably try just to keep Stormy in limelight.

If you read the motion to dismiss, it's clear the law wasn't broken, because the law only applies to performers who perform "regularly".


You can't sue just because you weren't guilty.  You'd have to prove that she was deliberately charged for something she didn't do and there has to be some sort of malice or misconduct, such as showing that the charge was laid in bad faith.  The DA disagreeing with the Defense lawyer about interpretations of the law is not misconduct, it's why we have Judges.
 
4 days ago  

Obscure Login: But I saw on Twitter that this had more levels besides what was initially reported, including some human trafficking charges.

Did people lie? On the internet?


THEY must have gotten to the cops!

/time for the false arrest lawsuit
 
4 days ago  

RyogaM: According to the local news, no one has ever been charged under the no touching law since its passing.  Columbus police have better things to do with their time than worry about strip club etiquette.


of course they do, i hear there are still black paperboys, running loose in white neighborhoods.
 
4 days ago  
I'm not sure who to believe:

Columbus police said they have made numerous arrests based on this law since last fall when authorities "were made aware" of illegal activity at adult entertainment clubs in the city.

or

Layken Curry, a dancer at Sirens Gentleman's Club, said dancers are not allowed to have contact with the customers and must maintain a one-arm distance from them. If that space is violated by customers, they are generally escorted out. If it's violated by a dancer, that is usually taken care of by management, she said.

Curry said she has never seen anyone get arrested in the 2½ years she has worked at Sirens, nor has she had any experience with the law while on the job.

I have to believe the dancer over the cops.  They're in CYA mode to attempt to prevent lawsuits.  I love when the prosecutor is looking at the charges against the other two women who were arrested.
 
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