Stormy Daniels once again cancels her Detroit date


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What a tease!

Stormy Daniels, quite possibly the world's most famous porn star, has once again canceled a Detroit appearance.

The porn actress was supposed to perform at Truth Detroit Wednesday night, but canceled due to flight delays. That date was already rescheduled from an earlier performance planned for Wednesday, March 14 which was canceled due to strep throat.

An employee at Truth Detroit confirmed the cancelation, explaining that it stems from the city's cabaret license laws. All strip club employees in the city, including dancers, are required to get a cabaret license — which entails getting a photo ID, a background check, and paying the city $175 in fees.

"It really only takes an hour and change, to be honest," the employee says. Still, it appears that Daniels did not have enough time to get that all done before her scheduled performance Wednesday night.

The club has once again rescheduled the date, and Daniels is now expected to appear at Truth Detroit on Wednesday, April 18.

In the meantime, here's a recap of Daniels' recent St. Louis appearance from Metro Times' sister paper, Riverfront Times.

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