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Stormy Daniels’s Husband Says She Cheated, Wanted To Bring Daughter On Strip Tour

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Evie Fordham Politics and Health Care Reporter
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Adult film star Stormy Daniels’s husband Glendon Crain is speaking out after filing for divorce, accusing her of adultery and trying to bring their 7-year-old daughter on her strip club tour.

Crain is has a temporary restraining order against Daniels, reported the Daily Beast. The temporary order mandates that Daniels’s time spent with her daughter be supervised. Crain also has exclusive use of the couple’s home and cars.

Crain wants full custody of their daughter and child support. (RELATED: Stormy Daniels And Her Husband Filed For Divorce, Avenatti Confirms)

Daniels’s lawyer Michael Avenatti confirmed that she and Crain are filing for divorce in a tweet on Monday.

“My client Stormy Daniels and her husband Glen have decided to end their marriage,” Avenatti wrote. “A petition for divorce was filed last week, the accuracy of which is vehemently disputed. Stormy’s daughter remains her number one priority. She kindly asks for privacy for the sake of her family.”

Crain is the one filing for divorce and has a restraining order against Daniels, reported TMZ.

There is conflicting information about how long Daniels has been married to Crain, whose real name is Brendon Miller, since 2015. Crain is a heavy metal drummer who has worked in the porn industry, reported Bustle. The couple has one daughter. (RELATED: Stormy Daniels Arrested For Letting Customers Touch Her)

When she was arrested for letting customers touch her at a strip club in Ohio on July 12, Daniels said she was not married, according to her arrest report. She canceled “a number of appearances” at clubs earlier in July, reported Fox News.

Crain was Daniels’s third husband.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, became a household name when she claimed she had an affair with President Donald Trump in 2006, before he was elected.

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