West Hollywood Presenting Stormy Daniels With Key To The City For Speaking Truth In Legal Battle Against Donald Trump
Pornstar Stormy Daniels To Receive Key To The City From West Hollywood For 'Speaking Truth To Power' In Legal Battle Against Donald Trump
- Adult actress Stormy Daniels is receiving a key to the city from West Hollywood for her battle against president Trump.
- The actress will also have Wednesday named in her honor.
- The West Hollywood is to honor the actress for 'speaking truth to the power' in a battle with Trump.
- Earlier this year, the city had awarded the key to the city to actors Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong who portrayed Cheech and Chong in Up in Smoke.
The West Hollywood mayor will join the city officials on Wednesday to present her with a Key to the City and a City Proclamation. Mail Online reported Daniels would also have Wednesday named in her honor.
Daniels will sign autographs and meet her fans at Chi Chi La Rue's, the West Hollywood city spokeswoman Sheri Lunn said. He said in a statement,
In these politically tumultuous times, Daniels has proven herself to be a profile in courage by speaking truth to power even under threats to her safety and extreme intimidation.
The pornstar has been engaged in a battle with Trump over a non-disclosure agreement and payment she took to keep the matter to her about the alleged affair with Trump.
Mayor John Duran said,
Trump administration has been a direct threat to the people of the city of West Hollywood-our LGBTQ community, our immigrant community, women here in this community-so Stormy Daniels has really shown up as the woman to save the Republic.
Daniels' lawyer Michael Avenatti took to his Twitter on Tuesday announcing the celebration. "We should all thank Stormy for her courage and fortitude through this process," he wrote in his post.
.@StormyDaniels will receive a Key to the City of West Hollywood, California tomorrow (designated "Stormy Daniels Day") at Chi Chi LaRue's at 4pm. We should all thank Stormy for her courage and fortitude through this process! #Basta
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) May 22, 2018
In early 2018, the city presented a key to actors Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong who portrayed Cheech and Chong in Up in Smoke. The honor also marked the 40th year since the movie was released.