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Admiral Theatre, Stormy Daniels Decide to ‘Set Aside Any Differences,' Remaining Shows No Longer Canceled

Admiral owner Sam Cecola told the publication Daniels wanted to renegotiate her contract, but the theater declined

Looks like it's going to stay Stormy in the Windy City.

After numerous reports and public comments stating all remaining Stormy Daniels shows were being canceled at the Admiral Theatre, the venue's owner said "both parties have decided to set aside any differences they have had to put the Chicago fans first."

"The Admiral Theatre sincerely regrets any comments that have been made, either publicly or privately, that have been disparaging of Miss Daniels and her team," owner Sam Cecola said in a statement. "The Admiral Theatre loves Stormy Daniels and her team and welcomes them as family back to the club."

The news follows harsh comments from Cecola, who told numerous publications the theater had pulled out of plans to host the porn star's remaining shows in the city, citing a disagreement about money, the Chicago Tribune reports. 

Cecola told the publication Daniels wanted to renegotiate her contract, but the theater declined. He added that refunds would be given to those who purchased tickets to the four remaining shows set to take place through Saturday. All but one performance was sold out. 

"Both the management of the Admiral Theatre and Team Stormy Daniels have extensive professional histories of doing whatever is necessary to put on a great show," Cecola's recent statement read. "All the logistical challenges to the Admiral of hosting a headliner of this magnitude that has so captured public interest, and the safety concerns that come along with that level of fervor, put a great deal of pressure on the organizers of this event."

Daniels performed Thursday night, capitalizing on her new-found fame after an alleged sexual encounter with President Donald Trump and the hush money she was given to cover it up. 

The Admiral’s owner said Daniels was slated to perform a few burlesque shows, sign autographs and pose for pictures.

Fans who had paid extra for that meet-and-greet with Daniels after the show, however, were reportedly disappointed by the porn star, who abruptly left the theater, the Tribune reported.

Cecola told the Tribune "she walked out on 75 guests who paid $20 and were patiently waiting to take pictures with her." He added that those fans were refunded.  

"All parties have decided to use this energy and focus it on making her remaining 4 sold out shows each a great success," his statement read. "Stormy Daniels loves Chicago and her fans in Chicago and looks forward to performing again at the Admiral Theatre." 

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