31 Facts About Stormy Daniels


Stormy Daniels has won many industry awards and is a member of the NightMoves Hall of Fame, AVN Hall of Fame and XRCO Hall of Fame.


In 2018 Daniels became involved in a legal dispute with US president Donald Trump.


Stormy Daniels graduated from Scotlandville Magnet High School in Baton Rouge in 1997 and considered becoming a journalist.


Stormy Daniels began stripping for money at the Gold Club in Baton Rouge and became a featured entertainer with Continental Theatrical Agency in September 2000.


Stormy Daniels chose her stage name Stormy Daniels to reflect her love of American rock band Motley Crue, whose bassist, Nikki Sixx, named his daughter Storm.


In 2004 Stormy Daniels won the Best New Starlet Award from Adult Video News, which was a surprise to Stormy Daniels, who had made a $500 bet with another actress that Jesse Jane would win.


Stormy Daniels has appeared with performers such as Randy Spears, Julian and Brendon Miller, to whom she was married and who edited about half of her movies.

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Stormy Daniels was inducted into the AVN Hall of Fame on January 18,2014, and was inducted into the XRCO Hall of Fame on April 16,2014.


In 2018 Stormy Daniels toured strip clubs as part of a "Make America Horny Again" tour.


Stormy Daniels was given the key to the city of West Hollywood, California, on "Stormy Daniels Day", May 23,2018.


Later in 2007, Stormy Daniels appeared in Maroon 5's music video for their song "Wake Up Call" as a pole dancer.


Stormy Daniels appears in the film Knocked Up as a lap dancer.


Stormy Daniels appeared on Saturday Night Live as herself on May 5,2018.


Stormy Daniels appeared as a model in artist Nika Nesgoda's 2002 photographic series Virgin, portraying the Virgin Mary.


In 2018 there was wide speculation that Stormy Daniels would be a housemate on Celebrity Big Brother 22 in the United Kingdom.


Stormy Daniels said that she offered to appear on the show during the live launch to explain her absence, but was turned down by producers.


Stormy Daniels's decision was inspired by disclosures that the Republican National Committee had paid expenses for fundraisers at a "lesbian bondage themed nightclub" in Los Angeles, stating that the revelations "finally tipped the scales".


Stormy Daniels made several listening tours around Louisiana to focus on the economy, as well as women in business and child protection and stated that if elected, she would likely retire from the adult industry.


Stormy Daniels was married to Michael Mosny from 2007 to 2009.


Stormy Daniels was arrested in July 2009 pertaining to a domestic violence charge by Mosny.


Stormy Daniels has been fond of horses her entire life; she owns several and has won multiple blue ribbons at equestrian events.


On March 6,2018, Stormy Daniels filed a lawsuit against Trump.


Stormy Daniels said that the non-disclosure agreement that she had signed in reference to the alleged affair was invalid because Trump had never personally signed it.


The order itself, which Stormy Daniels's lawyers called bogus, was supposed to remain confidential.


In October 2018, the suit was dismissed on First Amendment grounds, and Stormy Daniels lost her appeal in August 2020.

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Stormy Daniels was ordered to pay $293,000 of Trump's legal fees after her libel case against Trump was dismissed, then was ordered to pay an additional $245,000 after appeals.


In 2023 Stormy Daniels lost her appeal to reduce the payment for Trump's fees, and was ordered to further pay $120,000.


Collectively Stormy Daniels was ordered to pay over $600,000 to Trump's law firm due to the defamation suit, but as of 2022 she vowed not to pay.


On July 12,2018, Stormy Daniels was arrested in Columbus, Ohio, by undercover vice cops in a sting operation.


Stormy Daniels retained Columbus defense lawyer Chase Mallory, who worked with prosecutors to dismiss the charges less than 12 hours later, saying that the law did not apply to out-of-town performers.


In September 2019, the parties agreed to settle the federal lawsuit, with Stormy Daniels receiving $450,000 in compensation.