Micheal Avenatti Just Exposed A Potential “Sting” Operation To Bring Down Stormy Daniels

Stormy Daniels was arrested last night on charges so suspicious it practically has the whole nation raising an eyebrow.

Former Trump campaign senior adviser A.J. Delgado tore into the recent arrest of Stormy Daniels this Thursday, suggesting that the act “reeks of entrapment.”

“Why were undercover officers at her show to begin with???” Delgado, who formerly worked alongside President Trump’s campaign and transition, speculated on Twitter. “And allowing themselves to be touched?”

“Reeks of entrapment,” she continued. “(Don’t care what your opinion is of Stormy — this is creepy and totally seems like a set-up.”

Daniels, a porn star who has claimed that she had an affair with Trump back in 2006, was detained early Thursday morning at a strip club in Ohio.

She was indicted on three counts of illegally touching a patron.

Her attorney, Michael Avenatti, laid down a similar claim on his Twitter, suggesting that the whole situation “reeks of desperation.”

“This was a setup & politically motivated,” Avenatti wrote. “It reeks of desperation. We will fight all bogus charges.”

He also asked why law enforcement officers would bother using their resources for “sting operations” like this one.

Daniels was reportedly making a special appearance at the Sirens Gentlemen’s Club in Columbus, Ohio at the time of the incident.

Franklin County Municipal Court records show that Daniels was released Thursday morning after posting a $6,054 bail.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is thought to of had several sexual encounters with Trump dating as far back as 2006, which Trump has repeatedly denied.

Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen, had set up a nondisclosure agreement shortly before the 2016 presidential election and paid Daniels $130,000 to keep quiet about the alleged affair.

Trump confessed back in May that he reimbursed Cohen for the money he used to pay off Daniels.

Daniels has slammed down lawsuits against both Cohen and Trump for defamation.



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