Stormy Daniels' estranged husband is owning up to the homophobic text messages sent to the couple who helped manage the adult film star’s online store but claims she had nothing to do with it.
As The Blast first reported, Keith Munyan and J.D. Barrale filed a police report with the Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s Office after they received a threatening text message from Daniels' husband, Glen Crain.
We’re told Stormy has accused the two men of owing her money earned from operating the store, and has accused them of stealing around $25,000.
Crain tells The Blast, "Stormy had nothing to do with my text messages and statement. I was relayed information that involved my family and money set aside for our daughter and I got very upset."
He added, "I am not homophobic and Stormy is not homophobic."
Crain says the $25,000 was to be set aside for their daughter in case their finances were depleted as a result of her legal battle with Donald Trump. He says he was merely trying to protect their child.
"I am not apologizing for the way I feel, but I am apologizing for the way I acted and what I said," Crain tells The Blast. "This message was spur of the moment when my aggression was high but does not reflect my true feelings."
He then reiterated: "I want to make clear, what I said has nothing to do with Stormy and did not come from her."
Munyan and Barrale — who Daniels has publicly referred as her "gay dads"— interpreted the text message as a threat on their lives, and they went to file a police report against Crain and Daniels, as he was acting as her representative.
The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office tells The Blast, "At approximately 5:30 PM [Wednesday] a Solvang resident contacted the Sheriff’s office regarding a threatening text message he received."
They added, "The case is under investigation but at this time does not appear to rise to the level of a criminal threats case. The incident was documented and is still under investigation. Due to the ongoing investigation and the fact that there has been no determination of a crime being committed no additional information will be released at this time."