Adult film star Stormy Daniels has cancelled a strip club performance after her assistant was allegedly subjected to homophobic slurs.
The porn star, who is famous for her alleged affair with US President Donald Trump, had been set to appear in the Goldfinger strip club in Sunrise, Florida, on December 8.
However, Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, pulled out of the performance at the last minute over an altercation with the club owner.
Stormy Daniels alleges club owner used homophobic slurs
The star posted a photo of herself outside the club, explaining: “I will NOT be performing at Goldfingers tonight because the owner called my assistant a ‘f**king faggot’ after asking me to do something not in my contract.
“That kind of abuse will not be tolerated. Now they are saying I no showed. Clearly you can see from this photo that is NOT the case.”
She added: “When are dips**ts gonna learn that I do not respond well to bullies?”
Fans showed their support for the star’s stance on social media.
One wrote: “Love you @StormyDaniels for standing up to bigotry & homophobia. Goldfinger can go finger their a**hole.”
Another quipped: “Thanks Stormy. Are you available to host the Oscars?”
The club is yet to respond to the allegation.
Stormy Daniels’ estranged husband ‘sent homophobic threats’ to gay couple
The row comes weeks after allegations that the porn star’s estranged husband sent threats to a gay couple, peppered with homophobic slurs
The Blast reported that Keith Munyan and J.D. Barrale, the gay couple who managed the adult film star’s online store, filed a police report after Daniels accused them of stealing $25,000 that was intended for her daughter’s education.
Daniels’ ex Glendon Crain took responsibility for texts to the pair that said: “Now you’ve f***ed with my daughters’ money, which means you’ve now f***ed with me.
“Rest assured I will get that 25,000 back that you two FAGGOTS decided to keep to spite Stormy.
“That’s my daughter’s money and I’m gonna take it out of your ASS… I WILL FIND YOU AND YOU WILL BE DEALING WITH ME.”
Crain, who denied he was threatening the couple, told The Blast: “Stormy had nothing to do with my text messages and statement. I was relayed information that involved my family and money set aside for our daughter and I got very upset.
“I am not homophobic and Stormy is not homophobic.”
He added: “I am not apologising for the way I feel, but I am apologising for the way I acted and what I said.
“This message was spur of the moment when my aggression was high but does not reflect my true feelings.”