SLIMY: Porn Star Lawyer Michael Avenatti Threatens To Sue Reporters Who Checked Into His Background

As previously reported by the Gateway Pundit:

The Michael Avenatti Files — How did a bankrupt attorney come across $8 million after picking up porn star client Stormy Daniels?

Porn star lawyer Michael Avenatti is a huge hit with the Democrat-media complex.
The attorney for porn star Stormy Daniels has held 108 interviews on cable news outlets MSNBC and CNN since March 7th.

Avenatti is a huge hit with the liberal elites who are unabashedly determined to take down President Trump.

As attorney Robert Barnes has discovered Michael Avenatti has a very disturbing and possibly criminal past.
Avenatti is deeply in debt — Not just with his failed coffee company but with his law firm which failed to even file his law firm’s income tax returns for 2014, 2015, and 2016.

On Thursday May 10th Michael Avenatti released a statement saying all fees and and expenses of his case with porn star Stormy Daniels “have either been funded by our client, Ms. Stephanie Clifford, or by donations from our crowdjustice.com page.

Now this: Michael Avenatti is threatening to sue the Daily Caller and its reporters for defamation.  In an email sent out Monday, Avenatti railed against the journalists who have been uncovering his shady past and unethical business dealings.

Via National Review:

“Let me be clear. If you and your colleagues do not stop with the hit pieces that are full of lies and defamatory statements, I have no choice but to sue each of you and your publication for defamation. During that process, we will expose your publication for what it truly is,” Avenatti wrote in the email. “If you think I’m kidding, you really don’t know anything about me. This is the last warning.”

The email came one day after the Caller reported on the multiple bankruptcies and lawsuits in Avenatti’s past, quoting a number of highly critical former business partners.

Among the reported allegations was one made by Dillanos Coffee CEO David Morris, who said on Twitter last week that Avenatti never paid for more than $160,000 worth of coffee supplied to Tully’s Coffee — a chain of coffee shops Avenatti formerly owned.

 

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