Stormy Daniels: Donald Trump Has 'Ruined' My Career
Daniels spoke at event: called 'Sex, Guns and Other Fluff: How Porn Can set you free'
Exotic dancer and adult film star Stormy Daniels claim that her recent agreement with President Donald Trump has "completely ruined" her pornography career.
Daniels, who was speaking at an Oxford Union event called "Sex, Guns and Other Fluff: How Porn Can Set You Free," told her audience that her focus on her political career had an adverse effect on writing new adult films.
“I had no idea what I was getting myself into,” Daniels said.
“Nor would I realize what a huge impact the circus would have, not only on my life but the rest of the world.”
Daniels insisted that she will "probably never leave the adult film industry," because pornography is her passion and she is involved in every aspect of production.
"I write the script down; I do the budget, I do the shooting schedule, I pick out the wardrobe," she added.
Daniels has had an interesting year.
Her public war with Donald Trump along with her celebrity attorney, Michael Avenatt, accusing the President and is own attorney, Michael Cohen, of offering her an inappropriate "payoff" before the 2016 presidential election.
Daniels and Avenatti attempted to sue Trump for defamation but ended up costing them thousands.
Even the 500,000 dollars donated her legal funds had to be used to pay for Trump's court fees.
Last week, Avenatti was arrested and charged by LAPD on alleged domestic violence charges.
Avenatti, a frequent critic of Donald Trump, represented adult entertainer Stormy Daniels when she made claims against the president, earning him the moniker "Creepy Porn Lawyer."
Since going after the president, Avenatti represented some clients who made false claims against Trump's Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and was even accused himself as falsifying witness statements to steer the course of justice to suit his agenda.
Daniels' appearance at the Oxford Union may seem strange, but it comes at the commencement of an extended "free speech" event that will presume next Friday with a speech from former Breitbart editor and Trump administration senior official, Steve Bannon.
Daniels is currently on a global tour of extended adult entertainment clubs, tied closely to her political activism.