Stormy Daniels Sues Her Former Attorney As Her Story Falls Apart
Pornographic actress Stormy Daniels is suing her former attorney in a bid to explain away the fact that she once denied ever having an affair with President Donald Trump.
Daniels’ case, championed by CNN and the mainstream media, is falling apart due to Daniels’ shifting stories, and a steady stream of bombshell revelations about the behavior of her attorney Michael Avenatti, a former Democratic opposition researcher for Rahm Emanuel and Joe Biden who was reportedly trying to get a cable debate show for himself with Anthony Scaramucci.
Now, Stormy Daniels is storming at her previous lawyer Keith Davidson.
The Hill reports: “NBC News reported that Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, alleged in a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles that Keith Davidson “hatched a plan” with Cohen to get her to falsely deny the affair in a Fox News interview earlier this year after reports surfaced about the agreement and alleged affair. Daniels further claims that Davidson broke attorney-client confidentiality by alerting Cohen of her plans to hire her current attorney Michael Avenatti and share her story.”
What a dilemma for the story-switching porn star. Big League Politics reported:
The California Bar Association is investigating Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti for unpaid income taxes.
Big League Politics reported last week: “Michael Avenatti, lawyer to Stormy Daniels, who owes $5 million in back taxes to the IRS, failed to pay any taxes at all pertaining to his law firm from 2014-2016. IRS records confirm that during the period in which he failed to pay income taxes, his firm made about $30 million. But Avenatti did not just evade income taxes. He also failed to pay his employees’ Medicare and Social Security taxes, also known as federal payroll taxes. While ignoring this $1.2 million tax bill, he pocketed millions.”
On Wednesday, Fox News reported that they relieved a letter, dated April 18, that confirms that the California Bar is investigating Avenatti for dodging his taxes.”
“The complaint against attorney Michael J. Avenatti has been reviewed and forwarded to the Enforcement Unit for further investigation and prosecution, if warranted,” said the letter.
The letter was sent by Supervising Attorney Anand Kumar.
Out of the bevy of taxes that Avenatti has failed to pay, this investigation pertains specifically to the $5 million in back taxes that he owes from purchasing Tully’s Coffee under an entity called Global Baristas. The complaint was filed by another attorney, David Nold, on purely ethical grounds. It also claims that Avenatti transferred $100,000 from Tully’s Coffee to retain lawyers for his firm’s bankruptcy proceedings…