Avenatti said she was accused of allowing a patron to touch her while on stage in a "nonsexual manner".
U.S. media tweeted a mugshot of Ms Daniels, purportedly from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office in Columbus. Police wrote Daniels soon removed her top "and began forcing the faces of the patrons into her chest and using her bare breasts to smack the patrons".
Avenatti said during the performance, some patrons touched her in a "non-sexual" way.
Franklin County Municipal Court records reportedly show that she was released Thursday morning after posting a $6,054 bail.
She is scheduled to appear in court for an arraignment on Friday.
An Ohio law known as the Community Defense Act proscribes anyone touching a nude or semi-nude dancer, unless they are related.
Avenatti said the arrest was a politically-motivated "sting operation".
Her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, told followers on Twitter it was the: "same act she has performed across the nation at almost a hundred clubs".
Avenatti went on. "This was a complete set up.it's absurd that law enforcement resources are being spent to conduct a sting operation". "There has to be a better goal for such resources".
Representatives for the Columbus Division of Police did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.
Dailymail.com reached out to Sirens who refused to comment.
Mr Avenatti said she would plead not guilty to all counts. Officers also say she was fondling the breasts of female patrons.
"Are you kidding me?"
The Community Defense Act was passed in OH in 2007 after the conservative religious group Citizens for Community Values lobbied heavily for rules against strip club operations. Columbus Police confirmed to the Columbus Dispatch the law is rarely enforced in the state of OH despite being on the books for the past 11 years.
Earlier this week, Daniels performed in Washington minutes before President Donald Trump announced his Supreme Court nomination.