Stormy was performing at Sirens. a Columbus, Ohio strip club.
An Ohio law known as the Community Defense Act, passed in 2007, prohibits anyone who is not a family member from touching a nude or semi-nude dancer.
Franklin County Municipal Court records reportedly show that she was released Thursday morning after posting a $6,054 bail. But her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said she was taken into custody after she allowed a club patron to touch her.
"This is ridiculous that law enforcement resources were used to conduct this sting operation", he said. I deeply apologize to my fans in Columbus, ' Daniels said.
There were a few weeks earlier this year when it felt like Stormy Daniels and her lawyer had a monopoly on the news cycle. Trump, who was married at the time of the alleged affair, has disputed her claims.
Last month, the Sirens Gentlemen's Club posted on its website that Daniels was scheduled to perform there Wednesday and Thursday. "We will fight all bogus charges", Stormy's lawyer Michael Avenatti tweeted.
Avenatti says Daniels has received a misdemeanor and they will be contesting the charges.
'A customer touched her in a non-sexual manner and she was subsequently arrested for allowing the customer to touch her in a non-sexual manner, ' he said.
She is trying to free herself from a non-disclosure agreement signed before the election, and suing over a "defamatory" tweet by the USA president earlier this year.
According to a copy of Clifford's charging documents, however - obtained by WBNS-TV - Clifford stands accused of "touching a "specified anatomical area" of female and male officers posing as patrons, and also touched them with her own 'specified anatomical area'".
A Columbus police spokeswoman did not immediately respond to requests for comment on the arrest. Trump has denied the affair happened. Trump has said he personally reimbursed Cohen for that payment.