Stormy Daniels - better known as Donald Trump's self-claimed affair, made her accusations last Friday afternoon in a tweet saying that she had turned to the police to report the kidnapping attempt. The adult entertainer raged as her report wasn’t approved for the reason that she didn’t have a driver’s license. Daniels reached out to further explain her accusations when fans show their agreement against the police’s false assumptions. 

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Stormy Daniels posted a tweet expressing her rage

"I went to the police station and they wouldn't even let me speak to a detective. A f****** child predator has my address and tried to take my kid.", Daniel said. 

The actress then expressed her discontentment with the police department since she believed that a “child predator” report shouldn’t need any ID. Many fans took her side of the story and accused the PD of not fulfilling their task. 

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The pornographic actress received massive media attention after the Trump scandal

Stormy Daniels’ real name is Stephanie Clifford. She gained attention from the self-alleged affair with the current President of the U.S, Donald Trump while he was married to Melania - his 3rd wife in 2006. The pornographic star said she made love with him in a hotel room in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, only a few months after Barron Trump was born. She said it was "morbid curiosity" that led her to Trump's hotel suite. 

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Though signed in a non-disclosure agreement, Stormy Daniels still shared the story publicly with news media, including CBS News' 60 Minutes

The scandal broke out right before the 2016 presidential election. Daniels then received $1,3 lakh to sign a non-disclosure agreement delivered by Michael Cohen - Trump’s personal attorney. This helped the billionaire secured his place in the White House. But it doesn’t stop there. In 2019, the adult entertainer filed a lawsuit against Trump. The case was closed after the US District Judge found the actress received everything she asked for.