Ohio Police Pre-Planned Stormy Daniels Arrest, According to Leaked Emails

Stormy Daniels’ arrest at a strip club in Ohio earlier this month was pre-planned, according to emails from the Columbus Police Department obtained by The Fayette Advocate. A whistleblower provided the emails from Det. Shana Keckley’s account, with news clippings of Daniels, videos of Daniels dancing, and a map to the club where Daniels would perform two days before the adult film star arrived. Keckley, one of the lead officers in the Daniels arrest, also bragged about the arrest via email. “You’re Welcome!!!!! It was me, Rosser, Lancaster, and Praiter,” she wrote to another police officer. “Please please don’t post my name on Facebook!! Thank me in person later.” Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, called the emails “very disturbing... We will get to the bottom of this one way or the other.” Daniels, who claims she had an affair with the president, was arrested for touching strip club patrons while on a cross-country tour. She was released soon after officials discovered the law did not apply to her, and called her detainment a “mistake.”