Stormy Daniels pulled of Celebrity Big Brother after 'row with producers'

Lawrence Kim
August 19, 2018

United Kingdom reality show Celebrity Big Brother has denied its producers tried to control adult film star Stormy Daniels, who pulled out of appearing on the reality show five hours before its live launch.

Her lawyer Michael Avenatti told the Press Association that she failed to enter the house on Thursday because of a "row with producers".

"When Stormy realized that the show's producers were trying to produce a certain result, and she wasn't going to be free to be herself as planned, she withdrew", Clifford's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told NBC News.

"Now the reports that Stormy asked for more money are completely false and reports that Big Brother sought to control Stormy to achieve a specific outcome are also completely false". "That massive mock-up of the White House was all for Stormy", they added.

Due to her revelations, Daniels was able to secure a number of different deals with producers, including those of Saturday Night Live, where the film star appeared as one of their special guests.

Presenter Kaye Adams said the 39-year-old was prevented from going on-screen because of legal issues.

Loose Women panellist Jane Moore spoke to Daniels off air before relaying the message to the audience.

She told viewers that a custody battle in the USA was behind her decision not to appear on Celebrity Big Brother. She said being a mother comes first.

Panellist Jane Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-air, said a custody battle involving her daughter in the USA was to blame.

Several newspapers claimed she had made last-minute demands for an increased appearance fee before refusing to appear on the show. "And she thought, I can't commit to being in the house". "What she wanted to do was sort that out". She added that Daniels was "very angry" and "she felt like she'd had her power taken away from her". "From the outset it was clear something was wrong and once she sat down with the producers all hell broke loose".

Channel 5 has since released Daniels' VT for the new series in which she said: "I'm now involved in a huge media storm involving the United States president and it has been shown on every news outlet around the world and has drastically changed my life".

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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