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Stormy Daniels Ends 'Historic' Striptease After Man Gets Out Of Control

"We are going to see the woman who had sex with our president."

Stormy Daniels, the porn star who's become a household name for her alleged one-night fling with Donald Trump in 2006, has not let her ongoing legal battle with Trump's personal lawyer get in the way of her striptease tour — in fact, she's getting a whole lot of free publicity out of it. But while her "Make America Horny Again" tour shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, her performance at Stars Cabaret in Bend, Oregon late Thursday night was cut short when one audience member got out of line.

The show, which The Bulletin notes was "promoted as meeting history in person," drew over a hundred people, who were "greeted by a large banner of Daniels and a slightly smaller cardboard cutout of Trump," perfect for a quick selfie with friends.

"The owner of this club called it making history," one female audience member who came with two of her girl friends told reporters. "We are going to see the woman who had sex with our president."

But when Stormy was in the middle of her "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" routine, which involved her stripping down to nothing but high heels and a garter on her right leg, one patron who had one or three too many lost control.

After Stormy had disrobed of all but her shoes and garter, the crowd began chanting, "Stormy!" That's when the drunk fan ruined the moment for everyone by throwing his wallet, which hit her right in the face.

"Shocked, she ran off the stage after throwing the wallet back at the man," The Bulletin reports. "The crowd booed as an announcer said the show had to be stopped."

Thankfully, Daniels wasn't hurt, but the Bend police showed up and had a few words outside with the wallet-throwing patron. The Bulletin provides some of his drunken response to the police for posterity:

"I was being wasted," the drunk patron told the police. "I think she is a really nice person. I am extremely sorry."

Daniels said she didn't want to press charges, so the man who ruined the "historic" moment got to leave with everything but his dignity.

While the show was apparently mostly a good time for those who said seeing Daniels was on their "bucket list," it got off to a shaky start, with Daniels showing up hours late after her luggage got lost by the airline. Things finally got going at around 1 a.m., but those who paid the $20 cover charge and extra $15 to $20 for reserved seats didn't seem to mind waiting for the "the most famous woman in porn and politics."

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