'Celebrity Big Brother' releases video denying Stormy Daniels' claims of them "trying to control her"

The video shows Stormy's explosive behavior towards her housemate and also states how she had also pulled out of the show right before it was scheduled to air.


                            'Celebrity Big Brother' releases video denying Stormy Daniels' claims of them "trying to control her"

In a recent update on the whole Stormy Daniels vs. 'Celebrity Big Brother' drama, the show bosses have aired a new video to expose her outrageous behavior, simultaneously also denying claims that the show makers had been trying to control her behavior. The video shows Stormy's explosive behavior towards her housemate, and as revealed exclusively by The Sun previously, she had also pulled out of the show right before it was scheduled to go on air.

Later on, Stormy had also tried to row with the producers, and claimed that they were "trying to control her." It was released via a statement by her lawyer. But looks like host Rylan Clar-Neal had plans of his own about setting records straight regarding the whole drama, as he took to the recent episode of Big Brother’s 'Bit On The Side' to do the same.

The show was kicked off by airing the video clip which viewers had never seen before. Following that, Rylan told the audience: “As you tonight was billed as a storm unleashed, but tonight we can reveal how far we got." He added: "She arrived in the UK in the morning. And she told us she simply wished to appear on launch show then leave. We tried to work out a fair compromise, but for us the launch show was them going into the house, not leaving."

And then he went on to reference Stormy's claims about the show trying to control her explosive behavior, saying: “This is completely false. No housemate is bigger than big brother.”

 



As per Stormy's claims, the adult entertainment star had previously insisted that her decision to quit the show just within a week-long stint, was simply because she didn't agree with whatever the bosses wanted. Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, had shared with the Press Association: “It was over a row with producers. They insisted she conduct herself in a certain way - they attempted to control her and produce a certain result, which she did not feel comfortable with.”

However, Stormy's woes with TV appearances did not get over with that. Right after she exited the show, she was scheduled to appear on ITV's 'Loose Women.' But soon, she was blocked by the show's authorities from appearing on it too.

Stormy Daniels autographs a photo during a fan meet and greet at Chi Chi LaRue's on May 23, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Tara Ziemba/Getty Images)
Stormy Daniels autographs a photo during a fan meet and greet at Chi Chi LaRue's on May 23, 2018 in West Hollywood, California. (Photo by Tara Ziemba/Getty Images)

 

A source had spilled to The Sun that, “Stormy has signed a contract for 'Celebrity Big Brother.' If she breaks the contract, they could potentially take her to court. No one wants this to happen of course, but by going on 'Loose Women,' she was breaking one of the conditions. Just before she went live on the show, Stormy was warned of the consequences and so pulled out of going on air.”