The court battle that adult film superstar Stormy Daniels and her crusading lawyer Michael Avenatti are waging against President Trump and his continually changing story about whether or not he knew of the $130,000 payment made by his fixer to keep the porn star silent has now been augmented on another front.
The new line of attack is being played out online on Ms. Daniels’ website, stormystore.com, where one can buy any number of items with a percentage of all proceeds to be donated to organizations that help with anti-bullying efforts.
The merchandise available ranges from #Team Stormy wristbands, bracelets, and t-shirts to a t-shirt featuring a drawing of a scantily clad Daniels sprawled across a rolled up issue of Forbes magazine with the slogan “Don’t Make Me Spank You” emblazoned across it.
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That shirt refers to an incident that Daniels recounts as happening during one of her illicit trysts with Trump when she spanked him with a copy of an issue of Forbes with his picture on the cover. The product details of the shirt include the marketing copy:
“Turn around and drop ’em because someone’s been very, very naughty…”
Even more in keeping with the description of Daniels on the sight as a “slayer of internet trolls,” is the shirt designed to look like a fake tabloid news cover, The Stormy Times. featuring an image of the actress, her hands on her amble bra-covered bosom, with the slogan “Fake Boobs > Fake News” on top of it.
The statements accompanying the merchandise for sale on the site demonstrate that Ms. Daniels, who goes by Stephanie Clifford in her off-screen life, has no intention of backing down from her fight against the President and his now-heavily scrutinized lawyer Michael Cohen for the right to tell her story free from the encumbrances of the $130,000 hush money NDA that Trump himself never signed.
“Unwilling to be silenced or intimidated, Stormy has been standing up to bullies her entire life, and that continues today. As she says, ‘Standing up to bullies is kind of my thing,'” her bio on the site declares.
“This is what #TeamStormy is all about—staying true to yourself and the people you care about, speaking truth to power, and standing up for those who can’t stand up for themselves. #TeamStormy doesn’t start fights, but we finish them,” it continues.
Whatever your opinion of the controversy surrounding Stormy Daniels and President Trump, these reasonably-priced t-shirts will surely be a valuable investment as collector’s items in the not too distant future.
They will most likely be worth even more if you can get Ms. Daniels to autograph one for you at one of the many stops on her ongoing “Make America Horny Again” tour. A calendar of her appearances is handily included on her website, as well.
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