Five police officers in Ohio are facing disciplinary action for their involvement in Stormy Daniels’ 2018 arrest.

The announcement was made Wednesday in a press release the Columbus Division of Police that the officers will be facing disciplinary action because of the arrest in July of 2018. The release said Chief Tom Quinlan came to this decision “because these officers violated the Columbus Division of Police rules of conduct.”

Quinlan will make a recommendation regarding the action taken, but the director of safety will make the final decision. And according to the release, the officers could face a reprimand, suspension, demotion or termination.

For anyone unfamiliar, adult actress Stormy Daniels was performing at Siren’s Gentlemen’s Club in Columbus, Ohio, when she was arrested by local police. She was arrested on three misdemeanor charges of illegally touching a patron and was held in custody for nearly 12 hours. She ended up posting over the $6,000 bond and was promptly released.

In the aftermath, Daniels, real name Stephanie Clifford, began claiming the actions were meant to intimidate her following comments about her intimate history with President Donald Trump. Daniels then filed a $1 million lawsuit in January against multiple members of the Columbus Division of Police. She’s also seeking damages and costs as part of the suit.

The lawsuit alleged that the officers in question are “avowed supporters” of President Trump that believed Daniels' statements were “damaging President Trump and they thereafter entered into a conspiracy to arrest her.” The conspiracy resulted in the July, 2018, arrest at the club “in retaliation for the public statements she had made.”

Daniels’ lawsuit then added the city of Columbus in June, claiming the city violated Daniels’ constitutional rights.