Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti has hogged the spotlight since taking on President Donald Trump on behalf of porn actress Stephanie Clifford, a.k.a. Stormy Daniels, who was seeking to get out of a $130,000 payoff about a sexual encounter she had with Trump ahead of the 2016 presidential election. Avenatti won a high-profile victory after Trump tore up the agreement, and the media briefly flirted with him as he advertised a potential 2020 run for president.
Liberals relieved that Michael Avenatti's presidential prospects are over after news of alleged domestic violence
Michael Avenatti has allegedly been arrested on suspicion of domestic violence, according to NBC News and multiple other outlets. The attorney for Stormy Daniels was a constant cable TV news guest for months, as he built his case against President Trump. For a while some were wondering if he might make a good president.
Attorney Michael Avenatti has been arrested for felony domestic violence, TMZ reports.
If Michael Avenatti wanted to completely implode presidential ambitions for the 2020 election, he couldn't have asked for much better dynamite than the newest profile of the pugnacious lawyer in Time.
Michael Avenatti released a bombshell of an accusation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Wednesday morning from a client of his that alleges the judge attended a series of parties and participated in the "spiking" of punch bowls in order to make women susceptible to "gang rape."
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) went on the attack Wednesday against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's latest accuser, Julie Swetnick, throwing doubts on her credibility and using the classic tactic of "blaming the victim."
'100 Percent Demonstrably False': Michael Avenatti Says He Will Prove Brett Kavanaugh Is Lying to the American People
Michael Avenatti, most famous for representing Stormy Daniels in her case against President Donald Trump, has said that he is now representing clients with claims against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, which he will make public within 48 hours.
Avenatti Says New Kavanaugh Accuser is Prepared to Testify that He Participated in the 'Targeting of Women with Alcohol'
Just as Senate Republicans finally capitulated to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's request to testify about her attempted rape allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday, The New Yorker's Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer dropped the news that yet another woman, Deborah Ramirez, alleges being assaulted by Kavanaugh during a party at Yale — and further allege that Senate Republicans tried to speed up the vote upon learning of the allegations.
A Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh, Deborah Ramirez, has come forward with allegations of assault their freshmen year of college. She describes to journalists Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer a dorm party in which the two with several others were playing a drinking game.
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Can President Donald Trump — or any president, really — be indicted? We know, for a fact, that he could be — but the real question is whether that indictment would hold up to constitutional scrutiny.