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Creepy Porn Lawyer Set to Lose Ferrari in Divorce Settlement

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It’s been a difficult few months for showboat attorney Michael Avenatti, also known as the Creepy Porn Lawyer.

Somehow, it would appear he hasn’t reached the very bottom of the barrel. If that could be possible for him.

Court documents filed in Orange County hold the CPL liable for over $1.9 in retroactive child support payments to his ex-wife, Lisa Storie-Avenatti. Avenatti would have to hand over a treasure chest of goodies and possessions, including his luxury 2017 Ferrari automobile and a pricey set of expensive jewelry.

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A judge also ordered Avenatti to pay a monthly sum of $37,897 in child support, and $124,398 in spousal support. He was told to make immediate payments retroactive to January 2018, for a whopping sum of $1.5 million. In addition to the Ferrari, Avenatti’s law firm will have to transfer a share in a private jet to his ex-wife.

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Should’ve gone for the pre-nup, dear boy.

The latest news about Avenatti’s personal finances comes as yet another indication that the California showman may be headed for personal bankruptcy. He’s been sued multiple times by business partners for failing to pay agreed-upon compensation for services rendered. Last month, his law firm lost a legal dispute with its office landlord and was evicted from its office space.

You would almost feel bad for someone being forced to shell out what seems likely to be countless millions of dollars to their former spouse. But most will sleep peacefully at night knowing that the individual on the hook for the massive payments couldn’t be a worse guy.

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BABY: CNN’s Brian Stelter Becomes Early Adapter of New Twitter ‘Disable Replies’ Feature

The mainstream media operative doesn’t want feedback.

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CNN presenter Brian Stelter has become a quick adopter of a new Twitter feature that enables users to shut down replies to their tweets, essentially cutting off any potential for negative feedback and allowing unpopular verified journalists to propagate their own echo chambers.

The feature was implemented on Thursday by Twitter, and was roundly criticized by many of the platform’s users as a betrayal of the free-speech and democratic ideals the website originally stood for. The feature essentially allows verified and artificially promoted mainstream media personalities to escape criticism for dishonest reporting, lies, and political bias.

Stelter utilized the feature in a tweet about business challenges to the model of traditional print and local media. It would’ve gone without saying that his narrative would’ve been challenged by many Twitter users keen to point out that the erosion of traditional print media has coincided with rampant left-wing and institutional bias within the industry.

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Replies to the tweet are disabled, but many users found a way to ensure that Stelter’s lightweight media proclivities were responded to in kind by those who are critical of cable mainstream media. Users who Stelter follows are able to reply to the tweet, and some who he deems acceptable within his own echo chamber were keen to call him out.

It’s almost certain that CNN hacks such as Stelter will continue to use the anti-democratic and elitist feature, hoping to shield themselves from accusations of dishonesty.

We’ve entered a new dark age of the internet where the original late 1990’s principles of free expression, intellectual curiosity, and open dialogue are being eroded by political and media elites terrified that their neoliberal vision for society is quickly becoming discredited. The ‘disable replies’ feature on Twitter is merely the latest indicator of such a phenomenon, but self-proclaimed ‘objective journalists’ such as Stelter might not prove as able to shut down criticism of themselves as they might hope.

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