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Stormy Daniels to make book tour stop at Kamloops, B.C. nightclub

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Adult film star Stormy Daniels is coming to B.C.

Daniels has announced a June 2 appearance at the Kamloops nightclub Duchess to promote her tell-all book Full Disclosure, which details her alleged affair with Donald Trump before he was elected president of the United States.

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The date is Daniels’ only confirmed Canadian stop as she promotes the book at a number of meet-and-greet events across the U.S.

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Riis Ingalls, an event promoter with the club, said it’s an opportunity for fans to hear her speak, take photos and have her sign autographs.

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Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, has said she slept with Trump during a celebrity golf tournament in Lake Tahoe, Calif. in 2006.

The book goes into detail about the alleged encounter.

In 2018, it was revealed that Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen paid Daniels $130,000 to sign a non-disclosure agreement one month before the 2016 election in order to keep the story of the affair buried.

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Daniels later sued Trump to have the agreement nullified, claiming he never signed it.

Her then-lawyer, Michael Avenatti, also filed a defamation suit against the president for remarks made about the affair, which Trump continues to deny.

Both lawsuits were later tossed out.

—With files from the Canadian Press

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