Porn actress and stripper Stormy Daniels canceled a South Florida performance after she says a club owner called her assistant an anti-gay slur.
Daniels was scheduled to perform Saturday night at Goldfinger, 3801 N. University Dr. in Sunrise.
She said she refused to perform in the “VIP room” because that wasn’t in her contract.
The owner of the club did not immediately return a call for comment.
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“There is no one here to make any comment on that,” an employee said.
Daniels made her announcement on social media. In an Instagram photo, Daniels poses outside the club, with middle finger extended.
“I will NOT be performing at Goldfinger tonight because the owner called my assistant a “f------ faggot” after asking me to do something not in my contract,” Daniels said, spelling out the F word.
“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. When are dipsh--s gonna learn that I do not respond well to bullies?”
When a follower said she “should have done the show for the paying fans,” while not doing anything outside of her contract, Daniels responded:
“I’m very sorry to those who paid to see me tonight but keep in mind that I forfeited a $6800 paycheck by doing what I felt was the right thing to do for someone I care about.”
Daniels is best known for saying she had sex with Donald Trump 12 years ago, a claim the president has denied. Investigators have been looking into a $130,000 payment made to Daniels as part of a confidentiality agreement.
In Florida, Daniels said the Sunrise club owner was “physically aggressive and used hate speech, and added that fans need to understand.
“How is that people seeing my t--- matters more than that?”