Avenatti shared an official statement from Daniels on Twitter as well: "As a result of what happened last night, I will unfortunately be unable to go forward with tonight's scheduled performance".
As you can see, Avenatti thinks the charges are politically motivated.
Murphy said it's possible police were "bypassing" Daniels' arrest if she'd committed a "bondable offense", meaning she could pay a bond and be released from jail until her case is decided. "It's absurd that law enforcement resources are being spent to conduct a sting operation related to customers touching performers in a strip club in a non-sexual manner". He added: "We will fight all bogus charges".
"We expect her to be released on bail shortly".
The law, The Community Defense Act, prohibits adult entertainment - defined as nude or topless dancing - between midnight and 6am. Her attorney, Michael Avenatti, said the touching was non-sexual.
A 2007 OH law states that an employee who regularly appears nude or seminude at a sexually oriented business is not allowed to touch anyone not related to them while nude or seminude.
Daniels allegedly held her breasts against one female detective's face, before "forcing" the face of a male officer into her chest and "smacking his face with her bare breasts".
Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, was charged after allegedly touching three different undercover vice detectives at the Sirens Gentlemen's Club. I think they are going to be reasonable about this. A spokesman for the Franklin County sheriff's office could find no instances in which the 2007 law had been used, he told the newspaper. Picture: AAPStormy Daniels pictured performing her routine.
Earlier this week, Daniels performed in Washington at the Cloakroom, located about halfway between the Capitol and the White House, minutes before President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nomination. Trump has forcefully denied the affair.
Just days before the 2016 election, Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 in exchange for her silence.