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Judge Drops Hammer On Avenatti: Ordered to Sell Ferrari & Jet – Fork Over Millions

Dang! That’s gonna leave a mark!

John Salvatore

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Fame-seeking lawyer Michael Avenatti just can’t win.

If he’s not complaining about Trump, contemplating running for president in 2020, getting arrested for allegedly beating a woman, or being evicted from his office, Avenatti still finds a way to remain in the news.

This particular story is going to cost him plenty of cash…

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According to docs filed in Orange County, a judge ordered Avenatti to pay Lisa Storie-Avenatti $37,897 per month in child support, retroactive to Jan. 1, 2018. We’ll do the math for ya … it’s $454,764. The order also requires Avenatti to pay her spousal support of $124,398 per month, retroactive to Jan. 2018. That’s roughly $1.5 million.

Now, cut to Dec. 4, when both parties filed docs stipulating Avenatti write child support checks for $40k now, and another in January.

As for the balance … according to the docs, Avenatti agrees to hand over a bunch of his assets for Lisa to liquidate. The loot includes 5 luxury wristwatches — some worth more than $50k — a Frank Gehry sculpture, and several other expensive works of art.

Additionally, he has to hand over the keys to a 2017 Ferarri 488 GT Spider he was leasing. By the way, those go for about $300k.

And, there’s this — Michael’s law firm … Avenatti & Associates, is required to transfer, to Lisa, its interest in a 2016 Honda private jet.

After his stunts with Stormy Daniels and Brett Kavanaugh, Avenatti’s practice was evicted for not being able to pay the bills.

He has made it clear he’s thinking about running for president in 2020.

He was even recently arrested for alleged domestic abuse.

It’s now official.

Avenatti won’t be running for POTUS.

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Stormy has turned on Michael in order to “set the record straight.

She makes it clear that Avenatti abused his power in many ways.

Here’s her full statement:

“For months I’ve asked Michael Avenatti to give me accounting information about the fund my supporters so generously donated to for my safety and legal defense. He has repeatedly ignored those requests. Days ago I demanded again, repeatedly, that he tell me how the money was being spent and how much was left. Instead of answering me, without my permission or even my knowledge Michael launched another crowdfunding campaign to raise money on my behalf. I learned about it on Twitter.

“I haven’t decided yet what to do about legal representation moving forward. Michael has been a great advocate in many ways. I’m tremendously grateful to him for aggressively representing me in my fight to regain my voice. But in other ways Michael has not treated me with the respect and deference an attorney should show to a client. He has spoken on my behalf without my approval. He filed a defamation case against Donald Trump against my wishes. He repeatedly refused to tell me how my legal defense fund was being spent. Now he has launched a new crowdfunding campaign using my face and name without my permission and attributing words to me that I never wrote or said. I’m deeply grateful to my supporters and they deserve to know their money is being spent responsibly. I don’t want to hurt Michael, but it’s time to set the record straight. The truth has always been my greatest ally.

“My goal is the same as it has always been—to stand up for myself and take back my voice after being bullied and intimidated by President Trump and his minions. One way or another I’m going to continue in that fight, and I want everyone who has stood by me to know how profoundly grateful I am for their support.”

Avenatti released his own statement after seeing Stormy’s:

“I am and have always been Stormy’s biggest champion. I have personally sacrificed an enormous amount of money, time and energy toward assisting her because I believe in her. I have always been an open book with Stormy as to all aspects of her cases and she knows that. The retention agreement Stormy signed back in February provided that she would pay me $100.00 and that any and all other monies raised via a legal fund would go toward my legal fees and costs. Instead, the vast majority of the money raised has gone toward her security expenses and similar other expenses. The most recent campaign was simply a refresh of the prior campaign, designed to help defray some of Stormy’s expenses.”

He could be in serious legal trouble, per Daily Wire:

The Daily Beast reached out to professor and legal expert Stephen Gillers of New York University Law School about the implications of Daniels’ claim that Avenatti filed the defamation lawsuit against Trump, which ultimately backfired, against her express wishes. While Avenatti likely wouldn’t be disbarred for such an egregious violation, said Gillers, he could certainly be facing a malpractice lawsuit.

Gillers: “If he filed the case with her name when it was clear that she told him not to, then he could be sued for that. He could be sued for malpractice. If true, she has a malpractice case against him. I emphasize if true. And if true, he would be subject to discipline but not as serious as disbarment.”

Avenatti wholeheartedly believed Christine Blasey Ford and his own client Julie Swetnick when they accused Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

In fact, Avenatti was one of those people who thought other people were evil if they didn’t believe Ford and Swetnick.

But now Michael is supposed to be presumed innocent after he was arrested for allegedly beating his girlfriend?

Hmm. It’s a funny world isn’t it, Mike?

The crazy part?

Avenatti might get off with nothing more than a misdemeanor.

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