Stormy Daniels breaks silence on Trump indictment: ‘It’s poetic; this p*ssy grabbed back’

Porn star Stormy Daniels said in an exclusive interview last week that former President Donald Trump’s indictment is “bittersweet” “vindication.” She further portrayed his indictment as an example of the “p—-” grabbing back.

“It’s vindication. But it’s bittersweet. He’s done so much worse that he should have been taken down [for] before. I am fully aware of the insanity of it being a porn star. But it’s also poetic; this p—y grabbed back,” she told The Sunday Times.

“Trump is no longer untouchable. A person in power is not exempt from the law. And no matter what your job is, or what your bank account says, you’re held accountable for the things you’ve said and done, and justice is served,” she added.

However, not everything is all sunshine and rainbows with Daniels. Continuing her remarks, she admitted that “a lot of bad” may come from his indictment.

“The other side of it is that it’s going to continue to divide people and bring them up in arms. He’s already gotten away with inciting a riot, and causing death and destruction,” she said.

“Whatever the outcome is, it’s going to cause violence, and there’s going to be injuries and death. There’s the potential for a lot of good to come from this. But either way, a lot of bad is going to come from it, too,” Daniels added.

Speaking of which, ever since Trump was indicted last week, she’s been facing threats on “all social media platforms, and email, and phone” — enough of them, in fact, that she confessed to feeling afraid “for the first time ever.”

“Part of me is hesitant to say that, because you don’t want blood in the water. It kind of encourages the sharks. It’s especially scary because Trump himself is inciting violence and encouraging it,” she said.

But she stressed that Trump himself isn’t whom she’s afraid of.

“The country is more divided and people are more desperate. I’m not afraid of him, or of the government, but it just takes one crazy supporter who thinks they’re doing God’s work or protecting democracy,” she said.

“The number and the intensity [of the threats] is the same as it was the first time around, but this time it’s straight-up violent. The first time it was ‘gold digger’, ‘s–t’, ‘wh–e’, ‘liar’ whatever. And this time it’s ‘I’m gonna murder you’. They’re way more violent and graphic,” Daniels continued.

Below is an example of some of the trolling she’s experienced (*Language warning):

Dovetailing back to Trump, she added that she’s not “as scared” to see him in person.

“I’ve seen him naked. There’s no way he could be scarier with his clothes on. And after what [Michael] Avenatti put me through last January, I’m not as scared,” she said.

She’s also not afraid of potentially testifying as a witness.

“I hope that I do have to. I’m not afraid, I have nothing to hide, and I look forward to telling everybody what I know,” she explained.

At one point in the interview, she revealed what she’d been doing when she found out about Trump’s indictment.

‘There’s something really ironic and hilarious that I got the news about the indictment while I was sitting on a horse named Redemption,” she quipped, adding that Redemption was purchased with some of the money she’d gotten from Trump.

Regarding the payout, she speculated that the mistake Trump had made was having her sign a non-disclosure agreement vowing to keep silent about the payment.

“If I hadn’t signed the NDA, and I hadn’t taken the hush money, then he didn’t do anything wrong. He banged another hot chick — which he’s kind of known for doing — and nothing about that is illegal,” Daniels said.

“Signing the NDA and taking the hush money was actually the greatest gift that I gave. Because it’s what made it illegal, which made it possible to actually go after him,” she added.

As previously reported, years ago Trump allegedly had his then-lawyer, Michael Cohen, pay Daniels $130,000 to remain quiet about an affair they had.

“The alleged scheme first came to light years ago, when Trump was still in office, but the investigation has gained new momentum in recent months, with the Manhattan district attorney’s office convening a grand jury to examine the matter,” CBS News reported last month.

The reporting about a then-potential indictment came only days after Daniels herself sat with investigators from Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office.

“Stormy responded to questions and has agreed to make herself available as a witness, or for further inquiry if needed,” her attorney, Clark Brewster, wrote on Twitter following the deposition.

Earlier last month meanwhile, Cohen testified to a grand jury twice. He was highly relevant to the case because, according to ABC News, Bragg was at the time “mulling whether to charge Trump with falsifying business records, after the Trump Organization allegedly reimbursed Cohen for the payment then logged the reimbursement as a legal expense.”

Trump has since been indicted and is scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday.

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