The charges against Stormy Daniels have been dismissed following her arrest in Ohio early Thursday morning.
Daniels was busted in Columbus and taken to police headquarters at about 4:30 a.m. She was charged with three misdemeanor counts of touching a patron at a "sexually oriented" business.
As she danced at the Siren Club, she did not realize four vice squad cops, working undercover, were watching her every move.
The handwritten criminal complaint indicated Daniels was topless and wearing a G-string. It claims says she put both hands on a police officer's buttocks, placed her hands on an officer's breasts and then put her breasts in an officer's face.
The complaint identifies Daniels by her real name, Stephanie Clifford.
Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told MSNBC his client has performed the same act hundreds of times without incident.
Daniels was released from jail after posting $6,000 bail.
Hours later, the charges were dropped due to lack of "probable cause," according to court documents.
On Thursday afternoon, Daniels told Inside Edition's Steven Fabian that she is "abso-f***in-lutely" still performing later in the night.
Daniels has been on a national tour of strip clubs since going public with her sensational claims that she had a brief fling with President Trump in 2006 and was paid $130,000 in hush money by the president's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Cohen is now the focus of a major criminal investigation.