Stormy Daniels has finally revealed the real reason she quit Celebrity Big Brother.
The US stripper sensationally claimed Channel 5 bosses tried to DEPORT her and force her to leave the UK after refusing to appear on the show.
Loose Women finally aired the world exclusive interview the lawyers "tried to ban" just minutes before she came on screen.
Stormy insisted that she tried to work with producers to come up with resolution after she pulled out on launch night because of issues with her daughter’s custody battle.
But according to Stormy they wouldn’t let her appear on CBB unless she stuck to her contract, so when she refused they wanted to make her leave the country.
Stormy wanted to "salvage the show" by appearing during the live launch and apologise to the CBB viewers.
She said: "Being a mum comes first and I wanted to be able to talk to her [she’s 7 years old] with everything going on. But I wanted to work with them. I wanted to go onto the live show, because I knew there was an audience, apologise in person, explain myself, see what could be worked out and there’s a crazy rumour that I wanted more money – actually I gave up my entire fee and asked that it be donated to charity – so that’s just crazy.
"Instead, they did not want me to go on the live show, said that if I would come in the next morning, which would have been this morning [Friday 17th August] and spend all day, that I could then end that day with a diary, video thing [Diary Room entry] and explain myself that way and they would give my day rate to a charity, we were going to work out the details of all that later.
"All happy, had a deal, came to a great agreement, was going to be great for both of us. I was so happy that I volunteered to maybe come back a couple more times for no fee or for a donated fee, meanwhile I’d stay here and kind of do some PR stuff and charity work. I thought it was a great way to salvage some of the show, explain in person, apologise in person, not let down the British fans and most importantly I just really wanted to do something nice and donate to some charities."
On why talks with producers broke down, she said: "That’s the good question. We agreed to that, the live show started, I stayed at the hotel. They came back a couple of hours later and said, ‘You’re either going to go on and stay in the house, follow the contract to a ‘T’ or we’re deporting you in the morning at 6am’.
"They said, ‘You have to leave and we have to put you on a plane back to your port of origin, you have to leave the country.’"
Stormy, who admitted she understands why Channel 5 are disputing her comments, then revealed she was forced to sneak out wearing a disguise.
And of having to leave the hotel in a disguise, she said: “Yeah, we snuck out last night [Thursday 16th August] because I didn’t know, what could they really do? But there was no way I was going to get on a plane this morning and wake up to the headline ‘Stormy Daniels gets deported from England’ without being able to tell my side of the story.
"Sure enough I woke up this morning to all these crazy claims that I was abusive to someone there – absolutely not true – that I demanded more money – absolutely not true. As a matter of fact I tried to give away all of my money.
"No, it was never about the money. Anybody will tell you I don’t care. I was trying to give the money away."
Jane Moore revealed they spoke to Stormy for 40 minutes in a pre-recorded interview and she donated her fee to Oxfam.
Stormy was reportedly being paid £500,000 to appear on the 22nd series of CBB, before quitting, claiming it was due to a custody development over her daughter.
However, producers claim she wanted to appear on the show’s launch night, then leave immediately, which they couldn’t agree to.
In response, a spokesperson for Celebrity Big Brother said: “Stormy Daniels was booked to appear on the show several months ago. Hours before the show was due to go live, informed the production team that she no longer wished to enter the house as previously agreed.
“Producers discussed a variety of options with her but were unable to agree any acceptable conditions for her to enter the house. Reports that Stormy asked for more money are completely false. Our focus is now on making a brilliant series with our fantastic celebrities.”
Loose Women viewers thought they would see Stormy on the show on Friday but in slightly chaotic scenes Kaye Adams revealed she would not be coming on.
She told audiences that Jane Moore was locked in a room with the ex porn star to try and get her on air live after lawyers got involved.
Jane, who tweeted a snap of the pair, explained that Stormy she was forced to leave as there was an issue with her daughter.
Back in the studio, Jane said: "A nice chat with Stormy. This is her side of the story. Late last night she showed me the emails there was a custody development involving her 7 year old daughter. She showed me the email. And she thought, I cant commit to being in the house.
"What she wanted to do allegedly, she said being a mother comes first. She said I will go on the live show and to explain why I am not going into the house. That was all agreed and suddenly it wasn’t.
"Now I have not had a chance to speak to Channel 5, it has now become a legal situation. She has been told she can’t talk to us. She says about asking for money are rubbish. Whatever she was going to be paid for the live show she was going to donate to charity.
"She’s very angry. She wants to come out but she also says that two plane tickets were bought for her to leave at 7.30am this morning. She had not bought them."
On Friday’s episode of Celebrity Big Brother’s Bit On The Side, host Rylan Clark Neal claimed Stormy refused to stay in the house passed the first night.
He said: "Five hours before the live show, Stormy informed us that she wished to simply appear on launch night and then leave.
"Big Brother tried to work out a fair compromise with her but in the end, for Big Brother, launch night is about housemates moving into the house, not about celebrities pulling out."
Both Stormy and CBB have denied the dispute was over how much money she was getting paid.
* Loose Women airs weekdays on ITV at 12.30pm
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