The porn star who is suing US President Donald Trump over an alleged “non-disclosure agreement,” has licensed her face and body to the firm.
Stormy hit the headlines when she revealed an alleged affair with the US president in 2006 and was barred from talking about it by Trump’s lawyers. Weeks before the election two years ago, she reportedly took $130,000 from Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen not to say anything.
Now the blonde bombshell has made a deal with a California-based tech company Realdoll to create a sex doll in her image, publication the Daily Star reported.
Realdoll makes and sells replicas of other adult stars, including Lupe Fuentes, Asa Akari, Kaylani Lei, Alektra, Jessica Drake and Samantha Saint.
The company founded by Matt McMullen, Realbotix, is a subsidiary of Realdoll, which is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of talking AI sex robots whose distinctive personalities are designed to evolve over time.
The Daniels doll, which cost $6,000, is “lifelike and made true to the porn model’s actual measurements,” according to the Realdoll website.
Daniels has about 150 movies to her credit, and she's a member of three pornography halls of fame. She joined the Adult Video News hall in 2014 alongside a star called Mr. Pete.