Stormy Daniel’s Husband Says Will Leave US If Trump Acquitted

Stormy Daniels’ husband has said that he and his wife may leave the United States if Donald Trump is acquitted in his New York “hush money” trial. Barrett Blade said his wife would have to deal with a significant fallout regardless of the result but suggested they would “vacate” the country if the former President is found not guilty. Blade said his wife wants to move on and put the encounter with Trump behind her, but she’s “got to deal with all the hate.”

Speaking after she delivered her damning testimony against the former President in Manhattan, Daniels – whose real name is Stephanie Gregory Clifford – said Trump supporters had begun harassing her and even showed up at her home and “attacked her horse.” She added that someone shot the animal with a rubber bullet, but he was not seriously injured.

The adult actress did, however, claim that Trump fans have become more emboldened in their online abuse. She said people used to insult and mock her using false social media accounts, but now she gets the same treatment from posters unafraid to employ their real names. She also said the threats are “more real.”

Security officers who protect Daniels have also gone on record and stated that the harassment she receives is “terrifying.” One source said that people approach her movie sets with guns and knives and that police and other law enforcement agencies are not providing sufficient protection. “The justice system failed me,” she said.

On May 7, Stormy Daniels entered the witness stand in a Manhattan courtroom and testified that she had a sexual encounter with Donald Trump in 2006 – one year after he married his wife, Melania. She gave intimate details, prompting Judge Juan Merchan to interrupt and point out that some specifics were unnecessary. Trump’s attorneys requested a mistrial because her testimony was prejudicial, but the Judge refused, saying it was their duty to object during her testimony.