Stormy Daniels has rescheduled her Truth Detroit date

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After canceling her planned appearance in a Detroit strip club this week due to strep throat, porn actress Stormy Daniels has announced a rescheduled date. Barring any additional illnesses, Daniels is set to make her Motor City appearance at Truth Detroit on Wednesday, April 11, according to a post on the club's Instagram account.

However, when we called the club to ask for details like performance times and cover price, a Truth Detroit manager cautions that "nothing is set in stone yet."



"I couldn't tell you the truth now," he says, which is ironic, considering the name of the nightclub.

Daniels embarked on a "Make America Horny Again" strip club tour amid a legal battle with President Donald Trump, who she alleges she had an affair with in 2006. A nondisclosure agreement delivered just before the 2016 election has barred her from talking about the alleged affair, but the actress has been gearing up to go public with her story. She has reportedly taped an interview with 60 Minutes and launched a fundraising drive to raise money for legal fees. As of Thursday afternoon the effort had raised nearly $130,000.



"I am attempting to speak honestly and openly to the American people about my relationship with now President Donald Trump, as well as the intimidation and tactics that he, together with his attorney Michael Cohen, have used to silence me," she wrote on the fundraiser website.

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