Stormy Daniels explains Celebrity Big Brother exit

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                    Stormy Daniels pulled out of appearing on'Celebrity Big Brother

Gabe Ginsberg via Getty Images Stormy Daniels pulled out of appearing on'Celebrity Big Brother

Due to her revelations, Daniels was able to secure a number of different deals with producers, including those of Saturday Night Live, where the film star appeared as one of their special guests.

She said: "I heard that Stormy threw a huge tantrum because her chips weren't delivered".

It had been widely reported that Daniels, who rose to fame after suing US President Donald Trump following an alleged affair, had allegedly demanded extra money for appearing on the show.

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, then failed to appear on ITV's Loose Women on Friday despite turning up at the studio ahead of filming.

"She says also that the stories about her asking for more money are complete rubbish".

"What she wants to do, she says, this is all "allegedly", is she said, 'I will go on the live shows".

"When Stormy realized that the show's producers were trying to produce a certain result, and she wasn't going to be free to be herself as planned, she withdrew", he said.

He said that they were unable to work out a compromise with her, but denied the conflict was over how much she was getting paid.

Over in the U.S., Stormy, real name Stephanie Clifford, is now embroiled in multiple lawsuits against the president and his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Host Jane Moore spoke to her off camera and said both absences were due to a "custody development".

"She feels like everyone seems to be against her - Trump fanatics, his aides and even her own fans who will miss out on her appearing on the show". And [Daniels] suddenly thought, "I can't commit to this situation [CBB]".

That made her ideal for this season of UK's Celebrity Big Brother, which was meant to be all about controversy. "She's feeling as though she's had the power taken away from her".

She alleges the lawyer gave her $130,000 in "hush money" to stop her damaging the Donald's 2016 election chances by going public with her claims.

Asked whether anyone else in the U.S. had paid Daniels not to appear on the show, Moore said she had told her it was "not about money". "She wants to come on".

Singh Kohli was unveiled at the mystery contestant amid speculation that Meghan Markle's half-sister Samantha could be taking part.

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