Porn actress Stormy Daniels regrets opening up about an alleged affair with former President Donald Trump and accused Trump supporters of threatening her.
Daniels told “Good Morning Britain” that she spoke her truth about the alleged affair and hush money payments, but “it was just for nothing.” The porn actress said she doesn’t believe Trump will be convicted of criminal charges related to the alleged hush money payments made during the 2016 election campaign.
“I just feel like if people don’t want to face facts and see the truth and make a change and let somebody get away with this, then you know what, I’d rather have had the time back with my family,” Daniels said.
Daniels said that she regrets the decision to come forward with the allegation partly because she’s faced threats from Trump’s supporters. The adult film actress claimed that her horse was attacked by Trump supporters who climbed her fence, but she did not offer any details about whether her horse was injured or how it was targeted.
“I’m not frightened of him. He doesn’t scare me at all,” Daniels said of Trump, adding “I’m frightened of his sycophants and his followers.”
Trump was arrested on April 4 and charged with 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in connection to the alleged hush money payments to Daniels, making him the first ex-president to be charged with a crime. Daniels claims she had consensual sex with Trump in 2006, an allegation Trump denies. The former president pleaded not guilty to all the charges brought against him by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
Daniels told “Good Morning Britain” she would still “absolutely” testify against Trump if called on by the jury. She told Piers Morgan last month that she was excited about the possibility to testify against Trump and hoped he would be jailed if convicted.
“It’s daunting, but I look forward to it,” Daniels said when asked about the grand jury calling her in to testify. “I have nothing to hide. I’m the only one that has been telling the truth, and you can’t shame me anymore.”
“So you want to have them [ask you to testify],” Morgan pressed.
“I do,” Daniels said. “Having them call me in and put me on the stand legitimizes my story and who I am, and if they don’t, it almost feels like they’re hiding me.”