Stormy Daniels' husband says she may have to leave the country if Trump is acquitted

 May 16, 2024

Adult film star Stormy Daniels made headlines last week when she testified at former President Donald Trump's New York hush money trial.

Daniels is married to fellow adult film star Barrett Blade, and he recently told CNN that she will move out of the county should Trump be acquitted. 

"We'll probably vacate this country"

"If Trump is found not guilty… I don't think it gets better for her, you know?" Fox News quoted Blade as saying of his wife on Tuesday.

"I think if it's not guilty, we got to decide what to do. Good chance we'll probably vacate this country," Daniels' husband went on to add.

However, Blade also expressed concern over the possibility of a guilty verdict, stating, "If he is found guilty, then she’s still going to have to deal with all the hate."

"I don’t see it as a win situation either way," the pornographic actor lamented. "We would like to get on with our lives… she wants to move past this."

Bill Maher calls Daniels "a bad witness"

Fox News reported that Trump's defense team requested a mistrial following Daniels' testimony, asserting that her salacious language was prejudicial.

While that request was denied Judge Juan Merchan, he did "agree that it would have been better if some of these things had been left unsaid."

Meanwhile, the New York Post noted how longtime Trump critic Bill Maher said on this past Friday's episode of his show "Real Time" that Daniels had been "a bad witness."

Maher played a clip from an interview he had with her in which she denied that Trump had victimized her, saying, "It's not a MeToo case."

Daniels appears have changed her story

"I wasn’t assaulted. I wasn't attacked, or raped, or coerced or blackmailed," Daniels said at the time, adding, "They tried to shove me in the MeToo box to further their own agenda."

"And first of all, I didn't want to be part of that because it's not the truth and I’m not a victim in that regard," Daniels went on to insist.

Maher pointed out that those words differed wildly from what she recounted in court, with Daniels telling the jurors she "blacked out, her "hands were shaking so bad," and that she "just wanted to leave."

"Do you really think she blacked out?" Maher enquired. "A porn star is used to having sex with people she doesn't [like]. I just think she's not a good witness."

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