Video: Stormy Daniels talks 'Celebrity Big Brother,' attacks Donald Trump on 'Loose Women'

Laura Hannam
Reporter

Stormy Daniels, the adult film star and alleged ex-lover of President Donald Trump, has revealed why she didn’t appear on this year’s Celebrity Big Brother

In a pre-recorded interview, Daniels spoke to ITV’s Loose Women and claims a ‘development’ occurred relating to her child custody battle the night before she was due to enter the CBB house, which forced her to pull out of the show.

She claims she offered to ‘publicly apologise’ on the launch night of CBB for her no show but that producers gave her the ultimatum of either fulfilling her full contractual obligations or be ‘deported’ back to the USA.

“You’re either going to go on, stay in the house, follow the contract to a tee or we’re deporting you in the morning,” Daniels alleged Celebrity Big Brother producers told her.

Daniels went on to discuss her alleged affair with Trump and said while she couldn’t openly speak about it, she insinuated she wish she’d never met the President and that she’d avoided “all golf courses.”

She concluded that she believed President Trump is “a man in over his head.”

Stormy Daniels speaks to Loose Women

39-year-old Daniels is currently both sueing and being counter-sued by President Donald Trump over her allegations that she was paid ‘hush money’ by Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen. She is also embroiled in a child custody battle with her estranged husband Brendon Miller over the custody of their daughter.

Channel 5 has yet to comment on Stormy Daniels Loose Women appearance. However, Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit on the Side host Rylan-Neal Clark announced Friday Daniels’ CBB no-show with the following statement:

“As you can imagine BB was thrilled and excited by Stormy’s potential for the House. However, 5 hours before the live show, Stormy informed us she wished to simply appear on Launch night and then leave. Big Brother tried to work out a fair compromise with her but, in the end, for Big Brother, Launch night is about housemates moving IN to the house, not about Celebrities pulling OUT.

The reports that Stormy asked for more money are completely false. Reports that Big Brother sought to control Stormy to achieve a specific outcome are also completely false.

So there you go, we had her, she changed her mind, and she went. It wasn’t how Big Brother wanted it, but always remember NO housemate is bigger than Big Brother.” Clark said.

Celebrity Big Brother continues on Channel 5 tonight at 9pm.


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