Stormy Daniels is flat-out denying she's responsible for ruining the lives of a Texas couple by allegedly trashing their horse training business, and now she wants the lawsuit put out to pasture.
Stormy filed documents on October 15, obtained by The Blast, requesting that a judge dismiss the $1 million claim against her by Ellen and Alistair Hume, who operate Pegasus Eventing Equestrian Center in Rockwall, TX.
The Humes sued Stormy and her estranged husband, Glendon Crain, after the porn star claimed the boarding center was responsible for the death of one of her horses.
The couple claimed Stormy damaged their business by going on a smear campaign, and also attacking their personal character.
In her filing, Stormy denies that she defamed the company, and argues against the allegations made by the Humes. Along with dismissing the case, Stormy wants her legal fees paid for by the Humes.
Of course, it's not the only horse drama Stormy has faced this week, after President Trump called her "Horseface" following his legal victory in their ongoing defamation case.