City attorney drops charges against women arrested with Stormy Daniels

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — The Columbus City Attorney’s Office says it has dropped charges against two women arrested at Sirens Nightclub last week.

Miranda Panda of Marion (also known as Miranda Glass) and Brittany Walters of Pickerington were arrested along with adult film actress Stormy Daniels at the nightclub on Wednesday night.

Charges against Daniels, aka Stephanie Clifford, were dropped last Thursday. Glass and Walters were arrested on charges of illegal sexually oriented activity in a sexually oriented business. 

City Attorney Zach Klein said the facts of Glass and Walters’ cases “do not meet the elements required to prosecute under this law.” 

“In relation to the charges dismissed last week against Stephanie Clifford, there are similar defects in these charges,” Klein said in a press release. “None of the three cases properly allege that the women made “regular appearances” as required by law, but the charges against Walters and Panda have other unique issues. Brittany Walters did not meet the requirement of “touching a ‘patron’,” and Miranda Panda did not meet the requirements of appearing “nude or semi-nude” while working as a server, and was working only her third shift ever at Sirens. Therefore, the charges have been dismissed”

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