Solid Gold Fort Lauderdale will be hosting adult film star Stormy Daniels during this weekend. But the strip club removed any mention of a previously advertised dress auction from its Facebook page Wednesday evening.
In a Wednesday afternoon e-mail to The Miami Herald, Avenatti & Associates, the law firm representing Daniels said, “There is no auction, let alone any dress being auctioned off as the story and press release claim. This story is completely bogus and should be taken down.”
As The Herald and Miami New Times reported earlier, the strip club was advertising a Friday and Saturday auction of a dress allegedly worn by Daniels during the affair she claimed to have had with the President.
“Stormy no longer wishes to remain silent and, in association with Solid Gold, will be auctioning off the alleged dress live on stage worn during their supposed encounter,” Solid Gold’s Facebook post read.
Now, it reads “Stormy no longer wishes to remain silent and, Solid Gold proudly supports her right to speak.”
Daniels filed suit Tuesday in Los Angeles County Superior Court to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement with Trump attorney Michael Cohen Oct. 28, 2016, 11 days before Trump’s election victory. The suit tries to cancel the agreement because Trump didn’t sign it himself.
The Associated Press reading of the lawsuit says it claims the Daniels-Trump affair lasted from 2006 until “well into the year 2007.”
Trump married current First Lady Melania Trump in 2005.