Celebrity Big Brother aired Stormy Daniels’ original explosive VT as they issued a stark warning: “No housemate is bigger than the show.”
Appearing on CBBBOTS, host Rylan Clark-Neal addressed the rumours surrounding her sudden exit from the show. He said that Channel 5 refused the claims that she had asked for more money or that she had quit over pressure from producers for her to act in a certain way. Airing her VT, viewers got to watch Stormy speak about her own media “storm”. The adult film star found fame over claims she was paid for her silence over an alleged affair with Donald Trump. “Everybody loves a good scandal – especially if it involves sex,” she said. “I took on the US president, but now I’m here to take on the Big Brother house.” Viewers got to see Stormy Daniels’ VT this evening
Rylan then claimed that five hours before she was due to enter the house, she said that she only wanted to appear on the launch night – but not actually go into the house. He added: “No housemate is bigger than the show.” Channel 5 claimed she revealed she wouldn’t go into the house just five hours before the launch
This is at odds with her own claims after her lawyer said she pulled out at the last minute because of a row with producers who were pressuring her to act in a way she felt uncomfortable with. Lawyer Michael Avenatti told the Press Association: “It was over a row with producers. Stormy was scheduled to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.
Celebrity Big Brother 2018 Rumours “They insisted she conduct herself in a certain way – they attempted to control her and produce a certain result, which she did not feel comfortable with.” Asked to comment on reports that an “insider” said she quit after demanding extra money, Mr Avenatti responded: “Complete bullshit. They are spreading a false rumour.” However, Channel 5 has hit back.
” Stormy Daniels was booked to appear on the show several months ago and hours before the show was due to go live, informed the production team that she no longer wished to enter the house as previously agreed,” it tweeted. Earlier today it was claimed she pulled out after a fight about money after apparently demanding an extra £100,000 on top of her rumoured £750,000 fee. And that was for just seven days in the house. Then confusingly she sensationally claimed she quit because Channel 5 bosses tried to force her to leave the UK. Stormy pulled out at the last minute
Those claims came to light when Stormy, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, failed to appear on ITV’s Loose Women on Friday despite turning up at the studio ahead of filming. Presenter Kaye Adams said the 39-year-old was prevented from going on-screen because of legal issues. Panelist Jane Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-air, said a custody battle involving her daughter in the US was to blame. “This is her side of the story. Late last night she showed me the emails there was a custody development involving her seven-year-old daughter. She showed me the email. And she thought, I can’t commit to being in the house,” Jane told the show. Stormy with Jane Moore
“She said being a mother comes first. She said, ‘I will go on the live show and to explain why I am not going into the house. That was all agreed and suddenly it wasn’t. “Now I have not had a chance to speak to Channel 5, it has now become a legal situation. She has been told she can’t talk to us. She says about asking for money are rubbish. Whatever she was going to be paid for the live show she was going to donate to charity. “She’s very angry. She wants to come out but she also says that two plane tickets were bought for her to leave at 7.30am this morning. She had not bought them.” Daniels made international 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. The president denies the allegations.