Stormy Daniels says her legal battle with Donald Trump has taken a dramatic toll on her life, revealing she had to tell her daughter all about the battle with the President, but has still yet to tell her about being a porn star.
The 39-year-old adult film star appears in the newest issue of Vogue donning a $4,000 Zac Posen gown. Daniels looks stunning in the floor-length, blue designer dress. Opening up to "Vogue," she reveals what her life's been like since the scandal broke.
Luckily, her attorney, Michael Avenatti found some time in his schedule to also be a part of the photo shoot.
Here's what you need to know from the interview:
Her life has been put in danger.
"We’ve been in a couple car chases,” she told the magazine. “We’ve had people put notes under the door, which means they know what hotel I’m in, which means we’ve had to change hotels in the middle of the night."
She also describes her lifestyle as being a "fugitive."
Her daughter knows about Trump to an extent, but doesn't know Stormy's a porn star.
“She knows that people date and do this and that, and she knows that Trump is somebody I hung out with or knew three years before I even met her dad, so that’s all fine," Stormy says. "The problem is they keep using the words porn star, and she doesn’t know what a porn star is, because she doesn’t know what sex is, and I’m not quite ready to have that conversation.”
When she begins talking about her daughter, she reveals the toll the scandal has taken on their relationship.
“If I contact her, it makes her sad, so I just kind of have to wait until she wants to talk to me,” she says.
She says Trump is a two minute man.
When the interviewer asks for details into her 2006 affair with Trump, she responds, “How many details can you really give about two minutes?" Adding, "Maybe. I’m being generous.”
Her client base is no longer "middle-aged white men."
“My fan base is completely different,” Daniels says. The middle-aged white males who used to support her “now those guys are just gone.” According to Stormy, her new audience "pretty much these packs of women, and they are angry."
She adds, “I’ve sold like five naked pictures. I’m like, what is happening?"
She doesn't want to be a hero.
“People come up and they’re so emo-tional and they put so much on me. They’re like, ‘You’re going to save the world, you’re a patriot, you’re a hero,’ ” Daniels says. “It’s funny. It’s actually easier for me to handle the negative stuff. It’s not like I turned on Twitter today and was called a whore for the first time."