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Stormy Daniels says ‘lock Donald Trump up’ after breaking silence on guilty verdict

Stormy Daniels says ‘lock Donald Trump up’ after breaking silence on guilty verdict

Stormy Daniels dramatically broke her silence on convicted ex-President Donald Trump following the guilty verdict, demanding: “Lock him up.”

Speaking for the first time since White House hopeful Trump was convicted, the former adult actress said: ‘I think he should be sentenced to prison and community service general to work for the less fortunate, or to be the volunteer punching bag at a women’s shelter. »




Stormy says she now feels vindicated – and warns the world ahead of Trump’s new candidacy: “‘He is completely and utterly out of touch with reality,’ the Mirror reports.

Since leaving the witness stand at the ex-president’s criminal trial, the adult actress has remained in hiding, refusing to speak. However, after toppling the once most powerful man in the world, Stormy, 45, said despite how justice was served, she believes she will never escape death threats from Trump supporters .

She said: “You always feel like you’re the bad guy, even though you don’t even live up to that standard. Being in court was so intimidating with the jurors looking at you, but I’m glad the things came out in court that wanted to prove, like I said, that I told the truth the whole time. It’s not over for me. It will never be over for me. Trump may be guilty, but I still have to live with this legacy.”

Stormy says she told the truth the whole time. (Image: Mirror)

Stormy explained she was “shocked” by how quickly the jury found the former president – the first US leader ever convicted – guilty of all 34 counts, saying it showed they believed his testimony. A few weeks earlier, she sat just 10 feet from Trump — the first time since she saw him in Los Angeles in 2007 — as she testified.

When asked what sentence Trump should receive, Stormy remained unsure. “I don’t know what the punishment might be or what Trump will understand. It’s like when you have a child, and sometimes you take electronics away from them, but if your child is very autistic, that’s not the case. They don’t care. They’ll just color in their coloring books, and then you have another kid who, you know, doesn’t want to go out. You have to ground them or love electronics to go or not let them have dessert. You need to find a punishment that not only fits the crime, but is fair and just, and has an impact on that particular person. Who knows what it is with Trump.

Stormy alongside Mirror US editor-in-chief Christopher Bucktin.(Image: James Breeden for The Mirror)

At the heart of the ex-president’s downfall was a $130,000 (£102,000) payment made to Stormy by Michael Cohen, Trump’s then-lawyer. This sum was paid to Stormy to ensure she remained silent in the days leading up to the 2016 US election about alleged sexual relations she had with the businessman during a celebrity golf tournament ten years earlier.