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3/25/2019

Michael Avenatti Charged — In Two Districts

Filed under: Uncategorized — Patterico @ 10:59 am

Washington Post:

Michael Avenatti, the high profile critic of President Trump, was charged Monday by federal prosecutors with trying to extort Nike by threatening to issue damaging allegations against the company unless it paid his client millions.

But that’s not all! That’s the New York federal case. And then there’s the California federal case:

Federal law enforcement officials will provide details concerning today’s arrest of lawyer Michael Avenatti, who faces federal charges of wire fraud and bank fraud in the Central District of California.

Remarkable. Couldn’t happen to a nicer guy.

UPDATE: Christmas in March.

2 Comments »

  1. I can’t help but wonder if this will result, as it did for Michael Cohen, in a raid on his office and seizure of client records.

    Comment by Arizona CJ — 3/26/2019 @ 1:49 am

  2. It certainly should, since attorney-client relationships, one violated and one exploited, are central to both cases. It may even have already been done pursuant to his arrest.

    Comment by nk — 3/26/2019 @ 6:04 am

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