Just hours after Stormy Daniels revealed in an interview that she has been receiving fresh death threats, her highly anticipated tell-all conversation with Piers Morgan was abruptly canceled for “security reasons.” The 44-year-old former adult film star is a central figure in the historic indictment of 76-year-old former President Donald Trump.
Daniels was scheduled to appear on Morgan’s ‘Uncensored’ show at 9 pm on Friday (31.03.23). However, less than 30 minutes before going live, Morgan tweeted that the interview had to be postponed due to “some security issues that have arisen.” He added that he hoped she was alright.
Morgan, a 58-year-old broadcaster and one-time outspoken Trump supporter had teased the “bombshell” interview on Twitter earlier in the day, saying he’d canceled a planned vacation for something “the whole world will want to see.” He further claimed it would be the “first world exclusive interview with the woman who sparked the scandal.”
In an earlier interview with The Times newspaper, Daniels had discussed her lack of fear in facing Trump in court and how the legal action against him could lead to “death and destruction.” She also detailed the bloodthirsty death threats she had received since Trump’s indictment, stating that the intensity and violence had escalated.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Gregory Clifford, described Trump’s indictment as “monumental” and “epic.” She warned of the potential for violence and death following the outcome of the case, given that Trump had already incited a riot and caused destruction in the past.
Trump’s lawyer has confirmed that the former president will not be handcuffed when he is arrested on Tuesday (04.03.23) on what is believed to be around 30 charges. However, Trump could face fingerprinting and a mugshot. Daniels claims to have had an affair with Trump in 2006, which he denies, referring to the situation as a “witch hunt.” Trump has admitted to directing his then-lawyer, Michael Cohen, to pay Daniels $130,000 for her silence. Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to campaign finance charges related to the payments.