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Avenatti says porn star Stormy Daniels’ husband filed for divorce

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Porn
actress Stormy Daniels (L) is divorcing her husband, her attorney
Michael Avenatti (R) announced on Monday,

Mary Altaffer/AP

  • Porn star Stormy Daniels and her husband Glendon Crain
    are divorcing, her lawyer announced Monday.

  • Attorney Michael Avenatti wrote on Twitter that
    “a petition for divorce was filed last week, the accuracy of
    which is vehemently disputed.”


  • Daniels and Avenatti are suing President Donald
    Trump and his personal lawyer to invalidate a non-disclosure
    agreement Daniels signed about a 2006 affair she claims she had
    with Trump.


Stormy Daniels, the porn star currently suing President
Donald Trump and his personal attorney Michael Cohen, is
divorcing her husband Glendon Crain, her lawyer
announced on Monday.

“My client Stormy Daniels and her husband Glen have decided to
end their marriage. A petition for divorce was filed last week,
the accuracy of which is vehemently disputed,” attorney Michael Avenatti wrote on
Twitter. “Stormy’s daughter remains her number one priority. She
kindly asks for privacy for the sake of her family.”

Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, had reportedly
been with Crain since 2010. Crain, who also goes by Brendon
Miller, is a professional drummer who has also worked in the porn
industry as both an actor and director. Daniels and Crain share a
daughter, born in 2011, together. They reside in a suburb of
Dallas, Texas. 

While Daniels’s lawsuit thrust her into the national spotlight,
Crain has avoided the media and not publicly spoken about or
commented on the events, including Daniels’s July 12 arrest at an Ohio
strip club. In a supposed copy of a police report from the
incident published by TMZ, Daniels marked herself as
not married. 

Daniels and Avenatti are suing to invalidate a non-disclosure
agreement Daniels signed surrounding a sexual affair she
allegedly had with Trump in 2006. Cohen additionally admitted to
paying Daniels $130,000 in “hush money,” a payment being
scrutinized by federal authorities investigating Cohen for
potential bank fraud and campaign finance
violations. 

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