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Officials in Columbus, Ohio, have agreed to a $450,000 settlement with the Stormy Daniels, the adult film star’s arrest at a strip club last year, the city said Friday.
Daniels filed a lawsuit against several Columbus police officers in January, alleging they conspired to retaliate against her, because she is claiming that she was having an affair with the President, the Trump, in 2006, nearly ten years before he was elected president.
Meredith Tucker, a spokeswoman for the Columbus city attorney’s office, told Fox News an agreement had been reached after a mediation process. She said that all the concerned parties, it is agreed that the figure was a fair settlement based on the facts and in the circumstances in question.”
Adult film actress Stormy Daniels at the opening of an adult entertainment trade show in Berlin last year. (AP photo/Markus Schreiber, File)
Messages sent to Daniel’s lawyer were not immediately returned.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was arrested in July of 2018, and has been accused of inappropriately touching a female undercover cop at the show at the club. The arrest has led to criticism, and that the city attorney’s office has dropped charges in a couple of hours.
Daniels’ attorney at the time, Michael Avenatti, claimed that the arrest of the military officers placed in the pro-He posts on social media, accusing them of seeking to discredit Daniel, after learning she was to perform. An internal police review determined Daniel’s arrest, was improper, but it is not pre-planned and politically motivated.
The officers decided not to obtain evidence of suspected illegal touching of customers by dancers, “because of the place itself to be unnecessarily at risk and in physical contact with Mrs. Clifford,” the report of a March.
The city disbanded its police department’s vice unit in the same month, when accusations of problems stacked up in the place of the investigation of vice-related offences under the Narcotics department and also the promise of a more community-based approach.
In the interim, the Columbus chief of police, recommended this month that the two officers, the former deputy unit is to be fired for their roles in the outdoor, strip club, surgery that has resulted in Daniel’s arrest.
Chief Tom Quinlan is also recommended that suspensions be for a lieutenant and a sergeant, and a written reprimand for the commander. The city’s safety director has the final say. The police union has been calling for the recommended discipline is excessive.
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Daniels, charged Home from last year, and is looking to lapse to a non-disclosure agreement they had signed the day before the 2016 election, as part of a hush-money settlement.
The payment still has to be approved by the Columbus City Council, ” said Tucker. It was not clear when the board would take up the issue.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.