Stormy Daniels performing at Centerville’s Diamonds Cabaret this summer

Stormy Daniels — the adult entertainment actress who alleged an affair with then-TV star Donald Trump and a payoff from his lawyer days before the 2016 election — will come to the Dayton area for performances at Diamonds Cabaret.

Daniels, whose given name is Stephanie Clifford, will perform August 3-4 at the Centerville nude revue, according to the venue’s website and an electronic billboard on Interstate 75.

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Anderson Cooper interviewed Daniels for a "60 Minutes" special that aired Sunday.

In her interview, Daniels said she is speaking out to defend herself, and hinted that she is now getting paid more for her performances.

“Yes, I’m getting more job offers now, but tell me one person who would turn down a job offer making more than they’ve been making, doing the same thing that they’ve always done?” she said.

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This newsroom left a message with Diamonds Cabaret management seeking more details Monday morning.

In Cooper’s interview, Daniels says she was threatened to keep silent about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump in 2006, well before his presidency. She said an unidentified man in Las Vegas threatened her to keep quiet about her alleged relationship with Trump. She said in the interview that she had one encounter of consensual sex with the future president.

Daniels received a $130,000 payment days before the 2016 presidential election for her silence and has sought to invalidate a nondisclosure agreement. Trump’s attorney, Michael Cohen, said he paid the $130,000 out of his pocket, but has also said Trump never had an affair with Daniels.

The White House did not immediately comment Sunday on the interview. Trump, through his representatives, has denied the allegations. Daniels' attorney received a cease-and-desist letter after the CBS program aired, demanding the porn star offer Cohen a public apology, according to the New York Times.

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The Associated Press contributed reporting.

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