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s suggest Columbus police may have targeted Stormy Daniels. The settlement comes more than a year after Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was charged with with three misdemeanor counts of illegally touching a patron at the Sirens Gentlemen's Club. The charges against Daniels were dropped 12 hours later, police said. The state's "no-touching" law did not apply to Daniels because she was not a regular performer at the club. The law states that any employee who regularly appears nude or seminude at a "sexually oriented business" is prohibited from touching patrons, except for family members.
Daniels filed a lawsuit in January against several members of the Columbus Police Department's vice unit, claiming civil rights violations. The lawsuit stated she was targeted by the vice officers because they were supporters of President Donald Trump and "entered into a conspiracy to arrest her" in retaliation for embarrassing the President.
Stormy Daniels shares details of alleged affair The lawsuit named four officers originally, all of whom were involved in Daniels' arrest. In June, the city of Columbus was added to the lawsuit because Daniels claimed the city violated her constitutional rights.
In August, police said five officers were facing disciplinary measures for the incident. The officers may face a reprimand, suspension, demotion or termination, the release said. Quinlan will make a recommendation, and the director of public safety will make the final decision based on that.Sirens strip club columbus
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Columbus to Pay $K to Women Arrested at Nightclub Along With Stormy Daniels