Stormy Daniels blasted as she wants Trump to volunteer as 'punching bag at a women's shelter' after being jailed 'immediately'

Stormy Daniels blasted as she wants Trump to volunteer as 'punching bag at a women's shelter' after being jailed 'immediately'
Stormy Daniels recently opened up about receiving vile threats from Donald Trump's supporters (Getty Images)

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MANHATTAN, NEW YORK: Following the former president's conviction in the hush money trial, actress Stormy Daniels has broken her silence and demanded that Donald Trump should be imprisoned "immediately". 

Daniels, making her first public statement following the historic conviction, stated, "I think he should be sentenced to jail and some community service working for the less fortunate, or being the volunteer punching bag at a women's shelter."

Stormy Daniels claimed Trump's ex-attorney Michael Cohen paid her $130K to remain quiet

Daniels, 45, brought down the former president when she disclosed that Donald Trump's then-attorney Michael Cohen had paid her $130,000 (£102,000) to keep quiet about an alleged sexual encounter she had with the businessman at a golf tournament ten years ago.

Trump, 77, and his attorney subsequently produced fictitious business documents to hide the payment. 

When Trump is sentenced on July 11, he could spend up to four years in prison.

Daniels claimed that even after the former president was found guilty on 34 counts of fraud, she would always be subject to death threats from his followers.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - MAY 11: Stormy Daniels attends the Los Angeles Premiere Of Neon's
Stormy Daniels received vile threats from angry Donald Trump supporters (Getty Images)

She told The Mirror that even after overthrowing the once-most powerful leader in history, she has been forced to live in hiding. 

She said, "It's not over for me. It's never going to be over for me. Trump may be guilty, but I still have to live with the legacy."

Stormy Daniels expressed uncertainty about appropriate punishment for Donald Trump

Donald Trump secured the 2016 election by defeating Hillary Clinton, clinching a narrow victory in states like Michigan, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania, which hadn't favored a Republican since the 1980s.

Before his triumph, Trump's campaign faced challenges when Stormy Daniels' allegations surfaced. Despite facing threats and hostility from staunch Trump supporters, Daniels remained steadfast in her position.

The former actress admitted to feeling intimidated by the prospect of facing a jury but felt vindicated when they found Trump guilty on all counts.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump arrives at Trump Tower on May 30, 2024 in New York City. The former president was found guilty on all 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first of his criminal cases to go to trial. Trump has now become the first former U.S. president to be convicted of felony crimes.(Photo by Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)
Donald Trump arrives at Trump Tower on May 30, 2024 in New York City (Stephanie Keith/Getty Images)

Daniels expressed her uncertainty about the appropriate punishment for the businessman, even though she was happy that he had been found guilty.

She clarified that the punishment should not only be commensurate with the crime, but also have an effect on Trump personally.

Daniels initially got to know Trump at a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Nevada, in July 2006.

The two allegedly had sex in Trump's hotel suite despite the fact that their relationship was initially a mixture of pleasure and business.

The actress divulged personal details regarding the alleged encounter during the well-publicized trial, Daily Mail reported.

She demonstrated various sexual positions for the jury and detailed the furnishings in the room, including Trump's toiletry kit.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - JANUARY 26:  Adult film actress/director Stormy Daniels attends the 2019 Adult V
Stormy Daniels (Getty Images)

She also mentioned in her testimony how the former president made comparisons between her and his daughter Ivanka, and how she spanked him with a magazine that had him on the cover prior to the alleged sexual encounter.

She added that as soon as he returned to his room, he took off his clothes and waited for her by standing in front of the door.

She also acknowledged that she had not felt threatened by Trump, but did acknowledge that she had blacked out during the encounter and that they had sex while she was serving as a missionary.

Donald Trump's team made attempts to silence Stormy Daniels

Daniels also claimed in court that nobody would ever accept her account of having sex with the reality star at the time, but she was paid $15,000 to share it with In Touch Weekly in 2011.

However, the article was never published because Michael Cohen threatened to sue the publication. Nevertheless, after a video surfaced showing Trump bragging about grabbing women by the genitalia without their consent, the story surfaced again.

In an effort to quell the negative publicity, Trump's team made another attempt to silence Stormy.

Former U.S. President Donald Trump speaks to the media after his trial for allegedly covering up hush money payments at Manhattan Criminal Court on May 20, 2024 in New York City. Trump faces 34 felony counts of falsifying business records in the first of his criminal cases to go to trial. (Photo by Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)
Donald Trump speaks to the media after his trial for allegedly covering up hush money payments at Manhattan Criminal Court (Mark Peterson - Pool/Getty Images)

All of that, however, came back to haunt the former president when he was tried and found guilty on all 34 counts of forging corporate documents to commit or obstruct another crime, more precisely, that he broke state law prohibiting the conspiracy to sway an election through "unlawful means."

However, Daniels' life has changed irrevocably and she fears that the 12 jurors' lives could now be in jeopardy, even though Trump faces up to four years in prison when he is sentenced on July 11.

Following the trial's conclusion, a MAGA mob was see  attempting to track them down online and expose their identities.

Internet accuses Stormy Daniels of taking 'bribe'

As soon as Daily Mail shared the remarks, readers started slamming Stormy Daniels online. A Trump supported suggested, "Surely she should be jailed for prostitution offences... They'll never jail Trump..."

Another reader asked, "shouldn't she be the one arrested for selling herself? Quite a laughable legal system"

One commentator wrote, "Since when does the hooker/porn star who got paid $130,000 talk after agreeing she keep her mouth shut and now he's going to jail ? shouldn't she be going to jail for not shutting up? But everyone else paying for sex doesn't go to jail."

Another person accused Stormy of taking bribe and said, "She took the Bribe cash which i think is worse than Trump lying about it. Did she imply blackmail by suggesting she would spill the beans? Thus forcing bribe money out of him."

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