Avenatti calls home violence allegations 'bogus' (News)


After being arrested Wednesday on suspicion of home violence, lawyer Michael Avenatti known as the allegations “bogus.”

Avenatti represents grownup movie star Stormy Daniels, and has been a cable News mainstay for the final yr. After being arrested in West Los Angeles, Avenatti was booked into jail and launched on a $50,000 bond. In a press release, Avenatti thanked Los Angeles Police Division officers for “their professionalism,” and denied the “fully bogus” allegations. “I’ve by no means been bodily abusive in my life nor was I final evening,” he stated. “Any accusations on the contrary are fabricated and meant to do hurt to my fame. I sit up for being totally exonerated.”

He additionally spoke to reporters, and stated he is “not going to be intimidated from stopping what I’m doing. I’m a father to 2 lovely, good daughters. I’d by no means disrespect them by touching a girl inappropriately or hanging a girl.” When the News first broke about his arrest, TMZ reported a legislation enforcement official stated Avenatti’s estranged spouse, Lisa Storie-Avenatti, filed the report on Tuesday evening. Storie-Avenatti’s lawyer launched a press release saying she was not the lady concerned, and “states that there has by no means been home violence in her relationship with Michael and that she has by no means recognized Michael to be bodily violent towards anybody.”


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