Stormy Daniels deeply laments her decision to come forward regarding her alleged encounter with former President Donald Trump, expressing profound remorse.
During her appearance on UK TV, she revealed that even her horse fell victim to the vindictiveness of Trump’s loyal followers. Daniels also shared her genuine apprehension that, at the age of 76, Trump may evade the criminal charges related to the alleged hush-money payments aimed at concealing their affair prior to the 2016 election.
“I spoke my truth, but it was just for nothing,” Daniels, 44, said on “Good Morning Britain”.
“I just feel like if people don’t want to face facts and see the truth … then you know what, I’d rather have had the time back with my family,” she said, without elaborating on why she now feels Trump may get off.
“I almost feel like humans aren’t really worth saving at this point,” she said.
“Truth doesn’t seem to matter.”
In a historic turn of events, Donald Trump made history as the first sitting or former American president to face criminal charges. Following his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury last month, the former commander-in-chief entered a plea of not guilty to the 34 felony charges. These charges are linked to hush-money payments that were made during the peak of his 2016 presidential campaign.
During the course of the interview, Stormy Daniels, prompted by questions about the significance of her decision to come forward, disclosed a distressing incident involving her horse. This revelation shed light on her feelings of disillusionment and the belief that her efforts in speaking out may have been futile.
“Because I’m the one that gets the messages from his supporters. I was one whose horse was attacked a couple of weeks ago,” she said.
During her interview, Daniels did not provide details about whether the horse was injured or if it was Redemption, the cherished gelding she was riding at the time news of Trump’s indictment surfaced. However, she did reveal that individuals had trespassed by climbing over her fence in order to reach the horse, and she attributed this intrusion to “Trump supporters.”
“They’ve gone after friends and family,” she said, recounting the numerous death threats she has received, which include one individual who “just literally said that they’re gonna come to my house with slit my throat.”
When asked if she reported the attacks to the police, she responded affirmatively, stating, “Of course!” However, she issued a cautionary message, emphasizing that it is not only her, but all of us who should be wary of the former president’s most fervent supporters.
“I’m not frightened of him. He doesn’t scare me at all,” she firmly asserted her lack of fear towards Trump, whom she also described as “repulsive and offensive” for allegedly having sex with her when he was married and “more than twice my age.”
“I’m frightened of his sycophants and his followers, and it’s the tone that has changed” given that her allegations have now resulted in charges that pose a potential obstacle to Trump’s 2024 presidential aspirations
“In 2018, when the story first broke about me, of course I was attacked — I was called a slut and a gold digger and, and all of these horrible things that I probably can’t say on TV,” she stated.
“But now they’ve become bold. And they’ve changed — their threats are more real,” she said, adding threats come from “real accounts” and “real phone numbers.”
“They feel empowered because he has incited these riots,” she said reffering to the events of January 6th, Daniels once again likened her most terrifying antagonists to “suicide bombers.”
“It’s out of control.”