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Stormy Daniels’ doc bombshell claims: Scared of getting murdered — and ‘awful’ Trump sex

Stormy Daniels.
The biggest revelations from the Stormy Daniels documentary, "Stormy."

Storm clouds are gathering.

Stormy Daniels, the porn star / director and former stripper whose alleged affair with Donald Trump could earn him criminal charges, is back in the spotlight in a new documentary.

Daniels (née Stephanie Gregory Clifford) is the subject of “Stormy,” from director/producer Sarah Gibson and Erin Lee Carr (“Britney vs Spears”), now streaming on Peacock.

Daniels, 45, became a household name in 2018 when it was reported she had an affair with Trump in 2006 and was paid $130,000 in “hush money” in 2016 to stay quiet, allegedly arranged by Trump’s then-lawyer, Michael Cohen.

Trump, who is running for a second presidential term, denied the affair happened.

Stormy Daniels shares her story in the new doc, “Stormy.” Peacock
Stormy Daniels shares her story in the new doc, “Stormy.” Peacock

The documentary covers how her life got turned upside down and the details of the case.

Trump’s hush money trial has been delayed until at least April 5, a judge ruled on Friday.

Here are the biggest bombshells.

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Sex with Trump was “awful,” she alleges 

When describing the night she allegedly spent with Trump in 2006 in the documentary, Daniels said, “I don’t remember how I got on the bed, and then the next thing I know, he was humping away and telling me how great I was. It was awful. But I didn’t say ‘No.'”

Trump has “consistently” denied having an affair with Daniels.

Daniels was 27 and Trump was 60 and married to Melania Trump at the time of their alleged tryst.

Daniels, who also said in the doc that she was sexually abused by an older neighbor when she was 9, said of her alleged encounter with Trump: “It wasn’t rape in any sense. I didn’t say no, because I was 9 years old again.”

Stormy Daniels said her alleged tryst with Trump was “awful, but I didn’t say ‘No.'” Stormy Daniels
Stormy Daniels said her alleged tryst with Trump was “awful, but I didn’t say ‘No.'” Stormy Daniels
Porn star / director / stripper Stormy Daniels came into the spotlight for her alleged affair with Trump. Instagram/@stormydaniels
Porn star / director / stripper Stormy Daniels came into the spotlight for her alleged affair with Trump. Instagram/@stormydaniels

One of her horses got shot with rubber bullets

Daniels, who owns horses, said in the doc that she’s gotten “Really scary threats,” including her horse getting shot at with rubber bullets.

Onscreen, she showed a wound on one of her horses.

“Somehow our address was leaked again online,” she said, talking about her home with her daughter (that she had with her ex-husband, porn star Brendon Miller, whom she divorced in 2018) and her current husband since 2022, porn star and cinematographer Barrett Blade.

“In an attempt to draw my horse out so that I would then go out, they shot him with a rubber bullet,” she said about her animal, which was alive but wounded.

She said she persists with her story — and events such as a watch party for the doc — because she has to support her daughter and pay her mortgage.

“If you drive an ice cream truck, and you don’t drive your ice cream truck the week of the heat wave, you’re an idiot,” she said.

Journalist Denver Nicks, who has worked with Daniels and also appears in the doc, said, “When I met Stormy, she was convinced that she was living in the last weeks or months of her life. It sounds insane, and it is, but she was also suing the president of the United States, I mean, in the middle of the kind of situation where s–t like that happens.”

Stormy Daniels alleged that unknown people who were angry at her shot at her horse with rubber bullets. Peacock
Stormy Daniels alleged that unknown people who were angry at her shot at her horse with rubber bullets. Peacock
Stormy Daniels alleges that one her horses got shot.
Stormy Daniels alleges that one her horses got shot.

Michael Cohen worried about her safety 

Trump’s former lawyer Cohen is an unlikely ally to Daniels. But “when the indictment happened, Michael Cohen actually texted me and expressed extreme fear for my safety,” Daniels shares onscreen, referring to when Trump got indicted by a Manhattan grand jury in March 2023 over the hush money payments.

“Back in 2018, [people online called me] stuff like ‘liar,’ ‘slut,’ ‘gold digger.’ This time around it is very different. It is direct threats, it is, ‘I’m going to come to your house and slit your throat, your daughter should be euthanized.’ They’re not even using bot accounts, they’re using their real accounts.”

When Trump got indicted, Michael Cohen was an unlikely person who was worried about Stormy Daniels, she said. REUTERS
When Trump got indicted, Michael Cohen was an unlikely person who was worried about Stormy Daniels, she said. REUTERS
Stormy Daniels feared for her safety, she said. Peacock
Stormy Daniels feared for her safety, she said. Peacock

Daniels prepared for the possibility of dying 

Daniels is shown giving Nicks instructions for what to do if she died.

“Not to be morbid, but we should write something saying, like, ‘And if something happens to me, then you get the hard drives to do with what you want,'” she’s shown telling the journalist.

“No one knows you’re here. No one knows to come after you. And you can make a copy of it and walk into any news station or police department and be like, ‘Here’s everything.’ And then sell it for as much as you can to ‘E! True Hollywood’ or whatever, and split it 50/50 with [my daughter].”

Stormy Daniels prepared for the possibility that she could die. Peacock
Stormy Daniels prepared for the possibility that she could die. Peacock
“‘If something happens to me, then you get the hard drives to do with what you want,'” Stormy Daniels told a journalist. Richard Harbus
“‘If something happens to me, then you get the hard drives to do with what you want,'” Stormy Daniels told a journalist. Richard Harbus

Daniels was threatened by a stranger after coming forward, she alleges

In the documentary, Daniels repeated the story that she also told on “60 Minutes” in 2018.

Shortly after Cohen, Trump’s then-attorney and “fixer,” threatened In Touch magazine with legal action over Daniels’ story — Daniels was allegedly threatened by a man in the parking lot of her gym, she alleged.

“It’d be a shame if something happened to her mom,” the stranger said, gesturing toward her then-infant daughter. “Leave Trump alone. Forget the story,” the man sad, Daniels claimed.

Daniels previously told “The View,” in 2018  that the man who threatened her was handsome. “That’s why he stood out to me because I thought honestly he was sort of handsome; when I saw him when I was parking I thought that’s somebody’s husband,” she said.

In the doc, she also said, “My friend was like, ‘You might actually have a problem. I don’t want to scare you, but based on the things you’ve told me, now you’re the whole Republican Party’s problem. And they like to make their problems go away.’ I was f–king terrified.”

In 2018, Cohen’s attorney, Brent H. Blakely stated about the alleged threat incident, “In truth, Mr. Cohen had absolutely nothing whatsoever to do with any such person or incident, and does not even believe that any such person exists, or that such incident ever occurred.”

“The president strongly, clearly and has consistently denied these underlying claims,” Raj Shah, the deputy press secretary, said during a briefing with reporters at the White House in 2018.

Stormy Daniels repeated the story she’d told on “60 Minutes” and “The View” about a stranger threatening her. Peacock
Stormy Daniels repeated the story she’d told on “60 Minutes” and “The View” about a stranger threatening her. Peacock
“I was f–king terrified” Stormy Daniels said in the doc. Peacock
“I was f–king terrified” Stormy Daniels said in the doc. Peacock

She alleges that she was afraid Trump would have her “killed” 

Daniels said that she signed an NDA — which is the 2016 “hush money” agreement at the center of Trump’s upcoming Manhattan criminal trial — to create a paper trail linking their names. She said that she did this, “So that he could not have me killed.”

Trump has pleaded not guilty to 34 felony charges stemming from allegedly lying in his company records throughout 2017 that reimbursement payments to Cohen for the hush money payouts were actually made for “legal services.”

Cohen pleaded guilty in 2018 to a campaign finance crime for the same payoffs and was sentenced in Manhattan federal court to serve three years in prison.

Stormy Daniels alleged that she was afraid Trump would have her “killed.” Peacock
Stormy Daniels alleged that she was afraid Trump would have her “killed.” Peacock
Stormy Daniels and her disgraced former attorney, Michael Avenatti. Getty Images
Stormy Daniels and her disgraced former attorney, Michael Avenatti. Getty Images

Daniels owes Trump $600,000

In 2018, Daniels was ordered to pay Trump $293,000 in legal fees connected to her dismissed defamation lawsuit against the former president.

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ordered Daniels to pay Trump $121,972 in legal fees stemming from a 2018 defamation lawsuit she filed against him that was later dismissed.

The film reveals that the amount of money has grown to more than $600,000, because of interest.

But, she said she’d rather go to prison than pay him.

“I don’t know if I’m so much a warrior, or out of f–ks,” she said in the documentary. “I’m out of f–ks.”

Per Business Insider, she also said that her disgraced and currently incarcerated former lawyer, Michael Avenatti, filed the lawsuit on her behalf — without her permission.

Avenatti is accused of fleecing Daniels of about $300,000 in money she stood to collect for a 2018 advance on a book about her alleged affair with Trump.

He faces one count of wire fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft, according to a federal indictment. “I am truly sorry,” Avenatti reportedly addressed Daniels in a 2022 letter.