Report: Police Officers Planned Stormy Daniels’ Arrest

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Mike Brest Reporter
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The police officers who arrested Stormy Daniels during her performance in Ohio earlier this month allegedly planned the whole stunt, according to documents obtained by The Fayette Advocate earlier on Wednesday.

A whistleblower contacted the Advocate with emails between several Columbus police detectives and VICE officers.

“You’re Welcome!!!!!….Thank me in person later,” Police Detective Shana Keckley reportedly wrote in an email to a fellow police officer at 3:50 a.m. on July 12.

The majority of the emails that were sent to the Advocate were from Det. Shana Keckley, who was one of the arresting officers.

“The emails definitely show that the police lied about it being a prostitution and human trafficking mission,” the whistleblower said in the article.

She was originally arrested for “touching” customers, which violates laws in the state of Ohio.

Ohio law states that, “No employee who regularly appears nude or seminude on the premises of a sexually oriented business, while on the premises of that sexually oriented business and while nude or seminude, shall knowingly touch a patron who is not a member of the employee’s immediate family.”

Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, gained notoriety after alleging an affair with President Trump back in 2006. The president has denied the allegations. (RELATED: Stormy Daniels Arrested For Letting Customers Touch Her)