Michael Avenatti

A U.S. District Judge James V. Selna ruled on technical grounds that federal prosecutors failed to turn over relevant financial evidence to the attorney
Avenatti gained fame representing porn star Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump.
The once high-flying attorney faces constant ridicule after his “cataclysmic fall” and should spend no more than six months behind bars, his attorneys said.
“Thanks for giving me a second chance," Cohen, Trump's former personal attorney, told the porn actress.
The high-profile lawyer made famous for representing Stormy Daniels now faces more than four decades behind bars.
The disgraced lawyer was found guilty by a federal jury of trying to extort millions of dollars from Nike.
The attorney was arrested again on Tuesday for allegedly violating the conditions of his pretrial release in connection with a fraud case pending in Los Angeles.
The bar is seeking to put Avenatti, who separately faces federal criminal charges, on involuntary inactive status.
The lawyer said there was "nothing funny" about Pete Davidson's impression of him on "SNL."
The two struggled with a Trump-related answer on the first night of the Tournament of Champions final.
Attorney Michael Avenatti has been charged with diverting funds meant for his then-client Stormy Daniels into his own account.
The attorney allegedly attempted to defraud his client by convincing Daniels' literary agent to divert money from her book deal into his bank account.
Michael Keaton's "Julian Assange" boasts that he's the "scourge of the cleaning staff at the Ecuadorian embassy."
The attorney known for representing Stormy Daniels is caught up in a "tangled financial web of lies," federal agent Ryan Korner said Thursday.
Blackmail charges against the star lawyer didn't stop him from releasing what he claimed were damaging documents involving the company.
Lanita Carter, the singer’s former hairdresser, is among the four accusers involved in the 10 counts against Kelly of aggravated criminal sexual abuse last month.
The lawyer, who had represented porn actress Stormy Daniels in her fight against Donald Trump, is facing federal charges claiming he tried to extort Nike.
But the lawyer's latest allegations only reveal his own ignorance about college basketball "corruption."
Only in the asinine world of college sports could paying talented, marketable athletes be damaging to anyone.
The celebrity lawyer has been linked with the former attorney for Stormy Daniels in a fraud and extortion case.