The arrest of Stormy Daniels at a strip club in Ohio earlier this month was scheduled, according to emails from the Columbus Police Department of The Fayette Advocate . A whistleblower posted the e-mails from Det. Shana Keckley's report with news clippings from Daniels, videos of Daniel's dance, and a ticket to the club where Daniel's appeared two days before the adult movie star arrived. Keckley, one of the leading officers of the Daniels arrest, also e-mailed the arrest. "Please !!!!! It was me, Rosser, Lancaster and Praiter," she wrote to another policeman. "Please do not post my name on Facebook !! Thank you personally later." Daniel's lawyer, Michael Avenatti, called the emails "very disturbing … we'll get to the bottom of one or another way." Daniels, who claims she has an affair with the president, was arrested for touching strip club guests during a cross-country tour. She was released shortly after officials found out that the law did not apply to her and called her detention a "mistake."