Prosecutors Reveal Anti-Trump Porn Lawyer Michael Avenatti’s Extortion Attempt

Prosecutors have revealed the real reason that Anti-Trump Porn lawyer Michael Avenatti was desperate enough to attempt extort Nike for 20 million dollars. 

As The Daily Wire reports:

Michael Avenatti — the former lawyer of Donald Trump-accuser Stormy Daniels and Brett Kavanaugh-accuser Julie Swetnick who reportedly appeared on CNN and MSNBC over a hundred times over a period of just two months — has gone from “Trump slayer” to defendant in a federal investigation involving an alleged attempt to extort one of the most powerful companies in the world.

According to a legal filing submitted to the Manhattan Federal Court Tuesday, Avenatti was at least $15 million in debt when he allegedly attempted to wring over $20 million from Nike, the trial over which is set to begin next month.

“The Government does not intend to argue that the defendant was wealthy (and the evidence shows that he was not),” reads the filing, as reported by the New York Daily News.

“The Government expects that the evidence at trial will show that, at the time of his charged conduct, the defendant was in significant debt,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Matthew Podolksy explained in the filing. “Specifically, the Government presently estimates that the defendant’s debts at that time were, conservatively, in excess of $15 million.”

So it appears that the Avenatti was so deeply in debt he was willing to attempt to pull off a braindead extortion attempt against Nike. Given his background as a dishonest, anti-Trump porn lawyer however it probably shouldn’t be too surprising.

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