Published: Sat, August 18, 2018
Arts&Culture | By Matthew Castillo

Stormy Daniels drops out of 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Stormy Daniels drops out of 'Celebrity Big Brother'

Stormy Daniels is no longer appearing on Celebrity Big Brother UK.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, earlier claimed a U.S. custody battle over her seven-year-old daughter forced her to quit Celebrity Big Brother - not an attempt to push her fee over $1million.

"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", Michael Avenatti told the Press Association.

"Stormy landed in London and was taken to the Village Hotel in Elstree (north London) where the celebs are put up", the TV insider says.

The 39-year-old, who claims she had an affair with Trump more than a decade ago and is suing the president, did not appear as planned on the reality show's season opener.

Moore also said that Daniels said money was nothing to do with what happened with CBB and said that any money she would have received would have gone to charity.

She said: "Late last night there was a custody development regarding her daughter - she showed me the official email proving that".

Several newspapers claimed she had made last-minute demands for an increased appearance fee before refusing to appear on the show.

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

"She said I will go on the live show when they are introducing everyone, I will explain why I'm not going into the house", Moore said.

After all, wouldn't they want her to make more money?

Jane Moore told viewers of the live show that Daniels had withdrawn from "Celebrity Big Brother" because of a sudden custody issue in her ongoing divorce battle and she felt she had to concentrate on her child.

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

"Reports suggested that she initially had agreed a fee of close to $1M to appear on the monthlong shoot before backing out of that deal and agreeing to a lower amount of $250,000 to stay for one week", states Deadline, adding that Britain's Channel 5 declined to comment.

Celebrity Big Brother producers issued a statement on Twitter on Friday (August 17).

The adult film star, who found fame over claims she was paid for her silence over an alleged affair with Donald Trump, had been widely expected to feature in the Channel 5 show.

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