Stormy Daniels might be best known for causing a cloudy situation with multiple people. If you thought she was just lurking up Trump’s pant leg like a rabid dog, then think again! It seems like there’s a lot more than meets the eye and we’re not talking about beauty here! Stormy is particularly an unknown in the adult world and not known for much else than nagging Donald Trump, but it seems like she’s bringing the rain when she arrives abruptly out of nowhere. She slid in like a bad storm but continues lingering and it seems like the people she connects with are surrounded by even more controversy than people imagined.
While Trump deals with her nuisance like nonsense, it’s also her attorney, Michael Avenatti who seems to be surrounded by his own cloud of misfortune involving Stormy Daniels. It seems like it wasn’t until she arrived that it was discovered what was going on with him as well. Was her arrival bad timing for someone who might have been involved in some of their own scandals? It appears that might be true – even though she’s admitted to not paying him for his services. Maybe he’s working for the publicity, who knows! However, the more eyes Avenatti has on him, the more people dig up some alleged corruption out of his own muddy waters.
In particular, one website wrote about Avenatti coming across $8 million around the same time that Stormy Daniels appeared. Money doesn’t fall out of the sky, right?
Not only did some mystery machine money appear like present in a Scooby Doo episode, there’s also this bankruptcy stuff floating around.
Conservative Tribune found more info on this: “In spite of the fact that Avenatti’s appearances on cable news seem more frequent than takeoffs at LaGuardia, we don’t have any answers to these questions — nor indeed does anyone on CNN or MSNBC feel particularly inclined to ask them. They just assume that it’s none of their business and move along their merry way.
For his part, Avenatti has said that his legal fees are either being paid by Daniels or crowdfunding from CrowdJustice, an online platform where you can give small donations to certain legal causes.
“Despite the fact that I have answered this repeatedly, many refuse to accept the answer,” Avenatti wrote in a statement posted to the Dropbox account of his law firm Avenatti & Associates.
“Once again (for at least the 20th time) — ALL fees and expenses of this case have either been funded by our client, Ms. Stephanie Clifford (Stormy Daniels), or by donations from our crowdjustice.com page. Please read that if you are unclear. Read it again if need be. Keep reading it until you get it.”
As humorously Biff Tanner-like as that terse statement may be, there are several problems with it. First, while he’s busy banging journalists’ heads against the wall so that they’ll read what he had to say, he probably should instruct his own client to read it, since her own statements in the matter directly contradict this. And second, it doesn’t explain why he seems to have come into $8 million as the Daniels case began to explode earlier this year.
Eight million, you say? Apparently so — at least if a bit of sleuthing by notable trial lawyer Robert Barnes is to be believed.
Barnes looked up some tax information on Avenatti’s law firm and found he hadn’t paid any taxes for the years 2014, 2015 and 2016, even though filings in a bankruptcy court said that during that period the firm earned a whopping $30 million.
“In January 2018, (Michael Avenatti) got an unidentified source of income that allowed him to pay $4.85M to his law firm employees he defrauded, close to $2M in back taxes for payroll taxes on his law firm, and near another $1M to other creditors,” Barnes tweeted.
“Same time as: new client #StormyDaniels.”
Now people will want to know who’s paying the lawyer in this and where is the money coming from. Lawyers often get a bad reputation, often an unjust reputation for people who suffer through multiple years of law school and hundreds of thousands in school debt just to get a job – but this doesn’t look good at all, at least not for Stormy or her lawyer.
The clouds darken as this lousy situation continues. It’s a pointless situation and it really does appear like the no-name adult star wants to gather herself some popularity since it appears like she wasn’t able to become that popular before.
If anyone can explain this better, then it might be a lawyer. However, they cost a lot, so we’ll try to figure this out on our own. If you’re looking into this on your own, then always remember to consider your sources and try to differentiate fact from fiction. Or, as other people call it – fake news.
For other things, there’s just news no one cares about – like anything to do with Stormy Daniels.
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