Stormy Daniels' Attorney Tries to Intimidate Reporter With Legal Threats - Gets Exposed

Stormy Daniels' Attorney Tries to Intimidate Reporter With Legal Threats - Gets Exposed

Stormy Daniels' Attorney Tries to Intimidate Reporter With Legal Threats - Gets Exposed

"Just like there is nothing wrong with calling out unethical attorneys, there is nothing wrong with calling out unethical journalists", Avenatti said in an interview with The Fix.

Lashing out at efforts by embattled Trump attorney Michael Cohen to bar him from the NY federal court overseeing the criminal probe of Cohen, Stormy Daniels' lawyer said Monday he's done nothing that should keep him from a court he's already practiced in twice before.

The email from Avenatti, which started with "Off the Record", was shared by Hasson a day after The Daily Caller published a story stating that Avenatti "has his own questionable history", a past "littered with lawsuits, jilted business partners and bankruptcy filings", and that people described him as "ruthless, greedy and unbothered by ethical questions".

Avenatti tells us he and Christie are friends.

Joined by her attorney Michael Avenatti, porn actress Stormy Daniels sat down with the co-hosts of "The View" on April 17, 2018, for her first live television interview, joined in studio by her attorney Michael Avenatti.




Avenatti published documents last week that showed Cohen had set up a corporation where he received money from AT&T, Swiss drug company Novartis and other companies and individuals.

Let me be clear. Avenatti went on to say that he would "expose" The Daily Caller "for what it truly is". We will also recover significant damages against each of you that participated personally.

If you think I'm kidding, you really don't know anything about me. And I will take you for every penny you still don't have. So I'm warning you, tread very f--ing lightly, because what I'm going to do to you is going to be f--ing disgusting.

In response to the bombshell release, Cohen's lawyers sought to bar Avenatti from appearing in court in New York's Southern District, where Cohen has an ongoing case. Still, the common theme is a threat of financial ruin, inflicted through lawsuits.

Everyone else left, but Brinkley and Avenatti reportedly remained for a while, talking and laughing, with Avenatti later telling the outlet that Brinkley is a "classy, smart woman with great insight".

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