Michael Avenatti has been arrested for domestic violence, his STAR CLIENT has completely thrown him under the bus, and he owes everyone and their mom money.
He doesn’t think this will hurt his chances. In fact…he thinks they’re better than ever.
According to the Daily Caller:
Attorney Michael Avenatti believes he is well positioned for a 2020 presidential bid, despite a dramatic shift in personal and professional fortunes.
“Well positioned,” folks. LOLOLOLOL.
In the last six weeks, Avenatti has been arrested on a domestic violence charge, broken with his star client Stephanie Clifford in a dispute over fundraising and strategy, and been referred to the Department of Justice for criminal investigation in connection with his representation of Julie Swetnick.
He doesn’t seem to think any of this is a problem.
“I think the field is shaping up to be even more advantageous for someone like me, not less,” Avenatti told Politico Sunday. “I think my chances have only gone up, not gone down.”
What planet does this moron live on?
“Someone like me?”
You mean a complete and total scumbag?
Whatever his political ambitions may be, Avenatti has been beset with legal and ethical quandaries since Nov. 14, when he was arrested for domestic violence. The actress Mareli Miniutti alleges Avenatti dragged her by the arm across the floor of his apartment. Avenatti posted $50,000 bail after the arrest.
Though initially arrested on a felony charge, local prosecutors are now processing the matter as a misdemeanor. He has not yet been charged.
Following the arrest, Clifford revealed that Avenatti has repeatedly refused to provide an accounting of funds expended for her case. Clifford has relied primarily on crowdfunding measures to finance her legal representation. She went on to say that she did not authorize Avenatti to file a defamation suit against Trump, a charge which, if true, is a sanctionable offense.
So GO FOR IT, buddy. Seriously. Try it.