Stormy Daniels joined the Oxford Union, a debating society, on Thursday to discuss her time being in the political spotlight in an event entitled "Sex, Guns and Other Fluff: How Porn Can Set You Free."
According to Daniels, her lawsuit against President Donald Trump and attorney Michael Cohen over non-disclosure agreements relating to an alleged affair has ruined her writing and directing career, Newsweek reported. She did, however, say that it's unlikely that she'll leave the porn industry.
Daniels did open up about her lawsuit against Trump and Cohen.
“I had no idea what I was getting myself into,” she said, referencing the lawsuits. “Nor would I realize what a huge impact the circus would have, not only on my life, but the rest of the world.”
Here are a few highlights from the event:
It's interesting that Stormy believes Trump ruined her porn career. If Stormy and Trump did have consensual sex, like she alleges, then she needs to take personal responsibility. No one forced her to have sex with him. She made that choice. Just like she made the choice to come forward with her lawsuits. She threw herself into the spotlight when she made these supposedly private decisions public.
At what point do we hold her accountable for her actions?