‘Creepy Porn Lawyer’ Avenatti Denies Reality Show, But Caught Filming With Scaramucci

Michael Avenatti, the attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels, who Tucker Carlson dubbed ‘the creepy porn lawyer,’ looks like he’s in some deep financial and legal difficulty.

He just had a $10 million dollar judgment levied against his law firm and during that judgment, it was also brought up that he’s personally in the hole for hundreds of thousands of dollars in back taxes. He made an agreement to pay them and then reportedly defaulted on the agreement.

Even being the attorney for a porn star wouldn’t get you out of that kind of deep well and it’s not exactly clear how much he’s being paid or from where exactly that money is originating. Stormy Daniels has said she is not paying him and he has said he is being paid through a crowdsourcing fund set up to take money for her case.

So how is he going to dig out from under?

This appears to be his latest endeavor.

He was caught at a restaurant in New York apparently filming with Former Trump White House communications director (for ten seconds) Anthony Scaramucci.

From Biz Pac Review:

Avenatti and Scaramucci were seen exiting Scaramucci’s Manhattan restaurant Friday evening with a “small reality TV crew” present, The Daily Mail reported. Prominent TV agent Jay Sures recently pitched network executives at CNN and MSNBC on the idea of a political show starring the two outspoken Italian-Americans, The New York Times reported on May 17.

“We are not filming any show or making any show. We are not planning any show. I don’t want a show. I’m not interested in a show,” Avenatti told The Daily Caller News Foundation in an email on Saturday. “I am focused on my cases and representing my clients.”

The same day that he was reportedly spotted filming with Avenatti, Scaramucci denied that any TV show was in the works. “I’m not doing a TV show with Avenatti, no,” he said in a Friday morning hit on “Fox & Friends.”

Scaramucci said he wouldn’t be doing a show with Avenatti because “I like people that have a full head of hair.”

Avenatti has become a regular media fixture on CNN and MSNBC for regularly bashing President Donald Trump and his personal lawyer, Michael Cohen. According to one count by the Free Beacon earlier this month, Avenatti had appeared 108 times on the two networks between March 7 and May 11. And of course, since May 11, he’s appeared many more times.

Are they really going to try to sell us a show with these two? And notably, Avenatti, caught, is as honest as he usually is. Not.

It’s going to be a train wreck…

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