How the Mighty Have Fallen: Michael Avenatti’s Law Firm Files for Bankruptcy Again, Currently Holds $4.8 million in Debt With No Current Clients

Guest post by Harry Cherry

How the mighty have fallen.

Creepy Porn Lawyer (CPL) Michael Avenatti who sued President Trump on Stormy Daniels’ behalf filed for bankruptcy protection on Thursday and was back in court on Friday.

Avenatti berated a Los Angeles Times reporter on Friday at a California courthouse, according to a legal news blog Courthouse News.

“I have not consented to have you record me here. This is a two-party consent state,” Avenatti allegedly told the reporter. “You’re also in a courthouse and not permitted to record. Did you get permission to record?”

Avenatti was being grilled on his monthly living expenses and assets, including bank accounts, as part of a suit filed by Attorney Jason Frank, who alleged that Avenatti’s former law-firm of which he was a partner, Eagan Avenatti, failed to make a $2,000,000 payment to Frank in May 2018.

A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge ordered that Avenatti personally pay Frank $4,850,000 in October 2018.


Avenatti admitted to the court on Friday that he pays $11,000 per month in rent and currently has under $100,000 in bank accounts.

Avenatti tried to have Superior Court Judge Edward Moreton close Friday’s hearing to the general public, however, he refused the request.

Michael Avenatti also refused to tell the court how many people are working for his new law firm Avenatti and Associates.

The failed attorney admitted that he currently has no paying clients.

Avenatti also blocked this reporter Sunday on Twitter after citing a Daily Beast report stating that he filed suit against President Trump against the wishes of his former client, Stormy Daniels.

Avenatti has certainly fallen hard since he was the toast of the Democrat Party and their liberal media.

Michael Avenatti partying with far left CNN hacks in his heyday.

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