Stormy Daniels' Husband Reveals Plans For if Trump is Acquitted

Barrett Blade, the husband of adult film actress Stormy Daniels, indicated that they might leave the U.S. if Donald Trump is acquitted in his Manhattan trial. Speaking to CNN, Blade highlighted the difficulties Daniels has faced due to her involvement in the Trump controversy.

Daniels is central to the case concerning a 2016 hush money payment allegedly made on Trump’s behalf. “Either way, I don’t think it gets better for her,” Blade explained, considering their options if Trump is not convicted. He believes the hostility from Trump’s supporters will persist regardless of the trial’s outcome.

“There’s no winning situation here,” Blade remarked. He expressed a desire for normalcy, though he doubts it's attainable, which pains him. Daniels has been thrust into the limelight due to her claimed 2006 affair with Trump, which she was reportedly paid to keep quiet about in 2016.

The legal proceedings focus on Trump's alleged falsification of business records to hide the payment. The issue surfaced in 2018, with Trump denying the allegations. Daniels testified last week about the encounter and the subsequent attempts to purchase her silence.

During her testimony, Daniels faced accusations of lying for profit. She countered, affirming her truthfulness. “If that story was untrue, I would have written it to be a lot better,” she stated in court.

Blade defended Daniels' integrity, describing her as a talented writer who would have crafted a more compelling story if it were false. He echoed Daniels' sentiment of wanting to move past the ongoing saga.

Despite recurring negative attention, Blade mentioned Daniels' resilience and her familiarity with public scrutiny. He stressed her commitment to honesty, despite the ongoing backlash and social media negativity.

Blade remains supportive, emphasizing that the continuous vitriol does not affect their resolve. Daniels, he noted, fights for what she believes is right, a fact often overlooked by many.