Adult Actress Directly Employed By Stormy Accuses The Smut Mogul of Allowing Assault


A porn star accused Stormy Daniels of doing nothing when she approached her about being groped on the set of an adult film.

The liberal-left has cited the seasoned porn star, Stormy Daniels, for being brave. Ignoring the reality of the situation which is that Daniels’ has sought financial gains in selling her story about an alleged affair with President Donald Trump.

Well, you can’t thrust yourself into the public’s eye and not expect some of your dirty secrets to come out. In Daniels’ case, those secrets are many and the latest one tarnishes the porn star’s reputation as a ‘women’s activist’.

According to Fox News, Tasha Reign, whose real name is Rachel Swimmer, told The Daily Beast in an interview published Monday that she was sexually assaulted by a crew member on the set of “The Set Up,” which was being directed by Daniels under Wicked Pictures.

Since Daniels’ new-found publicity as a self-proclaimed ‘women’s activist,’ the two have shared a war of words on Twitter. Where Reign has called Daniels out for her hypocrisy:

Ms. Reign told The Daily Beast that she confronted Stormy Daniels and the crew member in the hallway right after the alleged assault took place. The crew member told Reign that it was just a joke and pled with her about him having a family.

Ms. Reign also stated that Daniels had her go into an adjacent room to ‘cool down’ where she then apologized to Reign and even hugged her just before attempting to shame the porn star. Daniel’s told Reign that she made the crew member cry and that he was still crying. It was at that moment that Reign said she lost all respect for Stormy Daniels.

As Reported on The Daily Beast By Tasha Reign:

The on-set assault allegation first surfaced on January 14, when Reign tweeted at Daniels, “I was inappropriately groped and sexually harassed by one of the men on your crew November 15th right before my BG scene. Which you were then made aware of that day. You continued to allow him to stay on the set with no repercussion. I never questioned your directorial skills.” Daniels then fired back: “You were not. I was right there…as were several other people and NONE of them will agree with you. How dare you try to undo 15 years of my reputation and his career. I will not allow it. Find me one person who will state otherwise. Best wishes.”

Presented with the allegation, Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, issued the following statement to The Daily Beast on behalf of his client: “Ms. Daniels’ recollection of what happened is vastly different. Further, after the incident in question, Wicked performed a thorough investigation and found no substantiation for the allegations. It simply did not occur as Ms. Reign suggests.”

After the disappointing meeting with Daniels, Reign says that she contacted the executives at Wicked Pictures—including owner Steve Orenstein—and they immediately had a meeting.

“We’ve had about five meetings since then, and I felt heard at first,” says Reign. “Steve is promising me that Wicked is going to implement new training policies and they’ll be the first company to do it. That gave me chills, because it would be so great that this good thing came from this bad thing, and maybe the rest of the industry will look at Wicked and follow suit.”

However, according to Ms. Reign’s accounts, nothing ever came from those meeting. Both Daniels and the man accused of assaulting her denied the events ever took place.

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