Michael Cohen Takes Aim at Porn Star’s Attorney for Illegal Leak of His Bank Records

Trump Attorney Michael Cohen filed charges on Wednesday against porn star attorney Michael Avenatti for illegal leak of his bank records.

This comes after Avenatti published Michael Cohen’s bank records.

On April 9, 2018 FBI agents raided the office of one of Trump’s personal lawyers Michael Cohen at the request of Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Michael Cohen is President Trump’s personal attorney. The Mueller mob took all of his records and emails.

One month later — Cohen’s financial documents are leaked to the porn star’s shady attorney.

Gee, how could this have happened?

TGP asked that question earlier today.

The Treasury Department’s inspector general announced it was investigating whether confidential banking information related to President Trump’s personal lawyer Michael Cohen was leaked.
Of course, they were leaked!

On Wednesday Michael Cohen’s attorneys took aim at Michael Avenatti for publishing Cohen’s bank records.

Court News reported:

Cohen says attorney Michael Avenatti has no business being in possession of personal bank records, let alone publishing them for public consumption.

In a letter to U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood, who is overseeing proceedings in a federal criminal probe of Cohen, Cohen’s attorneys from the firm McDermott Will & Emery said the report Avenatti published Tuesday contains incorrect statements that have nothing to do with Daniels’ defamation lawsuit against Cohen relating to $130,000 he paid to keep her quiet about an alleged affair with Trump years ago.

Among the claims Cohen says are incorrect: A wire transfer he supposedly received, sent to an account in Toronto, was actually received by a Canadian citizen named Michael Cohen for foreign aid work the Canadian Cohen did in Tanzania. Meanwhile, a wire transfer from a Kenyan bank from one Netanel Cohen went to Netanel’s brother Michael Cohen of Israel, Cohen’s attorneys say.

Cohen also denies cashing a check in Palm Beach, Florida, from Singapore-based KCS Outsourcing and denies any knowledge about the company. Similarly, he says he knows nothing about wire transfers from Hungary, and says he couldn’t have possibly made wire transfers from a Taiwanese bank account to a Bank of America account because he’s never been to Taiwan and has never had an account with B of A.

MORE…. Cohen is asking Avenatti to explain to the court how he came across Cohen’s bank records.


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