Published: Sun, August 19, 2018
Life&Culture | By Rose Hansen

Why did Stormy Daniels pull out of Celebrity Big Brother?

Why did Stormy Daniels pull out of Celebrity Big Brother?

Daniels' daughter is seven, and going into the Celebrity Big Brother could have isolated Daniels from the outside world for weeks.

But she pulled out at the last minute, and her lawyer said producers "insisted she conduct herself in a certain way".

The news comes after reports that Daniels sensationally declared during a fight with producers that she would rather "set myself on f***ing fire" than enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.

On Friday, presenter Rylan Clark-Neal told viewers: "Five hours before the live show, Stormy informed us that she wished to simply appear on launch night and then leave".

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

Daniels was then booked to appear on ITV's Loose Women chat show on Friday afternoon to explain what happened, but again failed to appear on screen despite making it to the studio on time.

"She says that, late last night, she was due to be on Celebrity Big Brother and there was a custody development involving her daughter in America - she is in the middle of a divorce".

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"She feels like everyone seems to be against her - Trump fanatics, his aides and even her own fans who will miss out on her appearing on the show".

At the end of Loose Women a statement from Channel 5 was read out saying it "categorically" denied Daniels' account of the events surrounding her decision not to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.

"She thought, "I can't commit".

Moore added: "She says the stories about her asking for more money are rubbish. What she wanted to do was sort that out".

Lawyer Michael Avenatti told the Press Association: "It was over a row with producers". She added that Daniels was "very angry" and "she felt like she'd had her power taken away from her".

Daniels made global headlines over claims the president's then personal lawyer Michael Cohen paid her hush money days before the 2016 election to stop her claiming she had an affair with a married Mr Trump in 2006.

A spokesperson for CBB did not deny a row with producers and said Daniels told the production team "hours" before the show was due to air that she did not want to participate as agreed "several months earlier". "She wants to come on".

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