Stormy Daniels walks out of UK's Celebrity Big Brother

Oscar Cross
August 19, 2018

Stormy Daniels was set to appear on Celebrity Big Brother but has reportedly ditched the show over a dispute with producers.

Other celebrities featured include British soap star Roxanne Pallett, "Love Island" star Gabby Allen, soccer player Jermaine Pennant, US reality-TV star Natalie Nunn and infamous investment broker Nick Leeson, whose fraudulent activities led to the collapse of Barings Bank in 1995, in a story depicted in the 1999 film "Rogue Trader", starring Ewan McGregor as Leeson. Trump denied these claims, and in April 2018, Daniels filed a lawsuit against the president on defamation charges for calling her statements lies.

The adult film star, whose accusations of an affair with Donald Trump have dogged the USA president, was due to appear as the high-profile guest star on the long-running reality TV series.

She continued: "I'm now involved in a huge media storm involving the United States President and it's been shown on every news outlet around the world and it's drastically changed my life. You haven't seen nothing yet!"

Moore described Daniels as "very angry" at newspaper reports she had asked for more money, which she said were untrue.

"She changed her mind and then she went".

Celebrity Big Brother has since posted a tweet addressing Daniels's sudden departure.

He added: "Reports that Big Brother tried to control Stormy to achieve a specific outcome are also completely false".

According to Jane Moore, a panelist on the British talk show Loose Women, Daniels said personal issues were also at play.

She was then due to appear on Friday's Loose Women.

Celebrity Big Brother is a television show that locks contestants into a home while under constant surveillance.

She told viewers that a custody battle in the U.S. was behind her decision not to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.

She said Stormy wanted to put her child first and being in the CBB house would mean being out of contact with the wider world for weeks. Producers discussed a variety of options with her but were unable to agree any acceptable conditions for her entering the house.

The actress told one of the hosts backstage that she could not come on air because of legal issues.

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