Daniels was due to take part in "Celebrity Big Brother", which locks contestants in a house under constant surveillance.
"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".
Daniels made worldwide headlines over claims the president's then personal lawyer Michael Cohen paid her hush money days before the 2016 election to stop her claiming she had an affair with a married Mr Trump in 2006. We had been talking to her people all morning, back and forth.
Stormy Daniels is no longer appearing on Celebrity Big Brother UK.
Big Brother does not tolerate the use of highly offensive, racially charged language in the House.
In it, she was recorded saying: "You think you've seen a storm?"
The news comes after reports that Daniels sensationally declared during a fight with producers that she would rather "set myself on f***ing fire" than enter the Celebrity Big Brother house.
She told viewers that a custody battle in the U.S. was behind her decision not to appear on Celebrity Big Brother.
In May, Trump said Daniels was paid to stop "false and extortionist accusations" she made about a sexual encounter with him.
United Kingdom reality show Celebrity Big Brother has denied its producers tried to control adult film star Stormy Daniels, who pulled out of appearing on the reality show five hours before its live launch.
"Producers discussed a variety of options with her but were unable to agree any acceptable conditions for her entering the house", a spokeswoman added.
"Our focus is now on making a brilliant series with our fantastic celebrities".
CBB airs nightly on Channel 5.
After all, wouldn't they want her to make more money?
Big Brother said in a statement: "Rodrigo has received a formal and final warning and if such language is used again in the house, he will be removed immediately".
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.