Published: Mon, August 20, 2018
Life&Culture | By Peggy Hughes

Celebrity Big Brother responds to Stormy Daniels no-show

Celebrity Big Brother responds to Stormy Daniels no-show

"To say it's been a nightmare is an absolute understatement".

"They tried everything to persuade her to stay and no one could work out why she'd fly all the way from the U.S. to London before deciding to drop out". Let alone turning down that massive fee. "That massive mock-up of the White House was all for Stormy", they added.

"I took on the US President but now I'm here to take on the Big Brother house".

Avenatti denied a United Kingdom tabloid report that Clifford bailed on the TV show only after being denied a bigger paycheck for her appearance.

According to Jane, Stormy's reason for pulling out of CBB was a "custody development" in the United States, which she learned about shortly before the live launch.

Teasing Samantha's possible late entrance into the show, a source told The Sun: 'Producers have been in touch with Samantha, but swore her to secrecy.

"She suddenly thought: 'I can't commit because being a mother comes first'".

"They insisted she conduct herself in a certain way - they attempted to control her and produce a certain result, which she did not feel comfortable with".

Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-camera and took a photograph with her, told viewers: "This is her side of the story".

Celebrity Big Brother is a television show that locks contestants into a home while under constant surveillance.

Meanwhile, Big Brother producers released their own statement on Twitter.

This came out today when Stormy - a former porn star who alleged earlier this year that she had an affair with Donald Trump - was due to appear on "Loose Women" however as her segment approached host Kaye Adams announced that she couldn't be on the show due to "legal implications", despite being just backstage.

"Our focus is now on making a brilliant series with our fantastic celebrities".

Daniels has filed two lawsuits against Trump, one to get out of a nondisclosure agreement she signed in October 2016 ahead of the November presidential election in exchange for the $130,000, and another for defamation.

Now The Mail on Sunday can reveal the extraordinary chain of events that led to Stormy living up to her name and walking off the set of Channel 5's Celebrity Big Brother before also failing to appear on ITV's Loose Women.

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