On Friday, presenter Rylan Clark-Neal told viewers: "Five hours before the live show, Stormy informed us that she wished to simply appear on launch night and then leave".
Daniels' daughter is seven, and going into the Celebrity Big Brother could have isolated Daniels from the outside world for several weeks.
"Now the reports that Stormy asked for more money are completely false and reports that Big Brother sought to control Stormy to achieve a specific outcome are also completely false".
"What she wants to do, she says, this is all "allegedly", is she said, 'I will go on the live shows".
Instead Michael Avenatti said the producers had "insisted she conduct herself in a certain way".
Over in the U.S., Stormy, real name Stephanie Clifford, is now embroiled in multiple lawsuits against the president and his former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
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Panellist Jane Moore, who spoke to Daniels off-air, said a custody battle involving her daughter in the USA was to blame. She showed me the email.
She said being a mother comes first. "And she thought, I can't commit to being in the house".
Moore went on to say: "It has now become a legal situation".
There were reports that she'd been involved in a row with the producers. She added that Daniels was "very angry" and "she felt like she'd had her power taken away from her". "From the outset it was clear something was wrong and once she sat down with the producers all hell broke loose".
Broadcaster Channel 5 claims Daniels spoke with producers just a few hours before airing and rescinded her offer to appear on the show.
In May, Trump said Daniels was paid to stop "false and extortionist accusations" she made about a sexual encounter with him.
Daniels has filed two lawsuits against Trump, one to get out of a nondisclosure agreement she signed in October 2016 ahead of the November presidential election in exchange for the $130,000, and another for defamation.