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  • Seems LA prosecutors are declining to press charges. So, who’s trying to smear him and why?
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
    edited March 2019
    WOW!

    Attorney Michael Avenatti charged with extortion by federal prosecutors in New York



    Michael Avenatti, the high profile critic of President Trump, was charged Monday by federal prosecutors with trying to extort Nike by threatening to issue damaging allegations against the company unless it paid his client millions.

    The charges mark the latest and most remarkable chapter in the strange public saga of the California lawyer who has represented Stormy Daniels, an adult-film actress who was paid to keep quiet during the 2016 presidential campaign about her alleged sexual tryst with Trump several years ago.

    That case catapulted Avenatti to cable television news fame, but prosecutors now say he threatened to use that platform to extract money from the company.

    Authorities charge Avenatti threatened to hold a press conference on the eve of the NCAA basketball tournament to reveal damaging allegations against the firm unless it paid his client $1.5 million and agreed to hire Avenatti and another lawyer for $15 to $25 million to conduct an “internal investigation” into the allegations.

    The charging document said that Avenatti proposed another alternative to hiring him to conduct an investigation — “a total payment of $22.5 million from Nike to resolve any claims (the client) might have and additionally to buy Avenatti’s silence.”


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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    PJ_Soul said:
    WOW!

    Attorney Michael Avenatti charged with extortion by federal prosecutors in New York



    Michael Avenatti, the high profile critic of President Trump, was charged Monday by federal prosecutors with trying to extort Nike by threatening to issue damaging allegations against the company unless it paid his client millions.

    The charges mark the latest and most remarkable chapter in the strange public saga of the California lawyer who has represented Stormy Daniels, an adult-film actress who was paid to keep quiet during the 2016 presidential campaign about her alleged sexual tryst with Trump several years ago.

    That case catapulted Avenatti to cable television news fame, but prosecutors now say he threatened to use that platform to extract money from the company.

    Authorities charge Avenatti threatened to hold a press conference on the eve of the NCAA basketball tournament to reveal damaging allegations against the firm unless it paid his client $1.5 million and agreed to hire Avenatti and another lawyer for $15 to $25 million to conduct an “internal investigation” into the allegations.

    The charging document said that Avenatti proposed another alternative to hiring him to conduct an investigation — “a total payment of $22.5 million from Nike to resolve any claims (the client) might have and additionally to buy Avenatti’s silence.”


    But he was suppose to take Trump down in 2020... :O
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot! (Chris Jericho)Posts: 21,414
    DT is going to have a field day with this. 
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot! (Chris Jericho)Posts: 21,414
    stormy daniels states she severed her professional relationship with avenatti a month ago after she learned he was "very dishonest" in his dealings with her. 
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 17,118
    Suckers loved that clown 
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    He was highly entertaining. 
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Avenatti was signaling he would run. 

    Trump became president. 

    Don't see what's so crazy about that "fearmongering" from Hannity.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Avenatti was signaling he would run. 

    Trump became president. 

    Don't see what's so crazy about that "fearmongering" from Hannity.
    He's a pornstar's lawyer...and that's about it. How could anyone think he could really run for President? Even Hannity himself had to laugh about that one after the cameras stopped rolling. 
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Avenatti was signaling he would run. 

    Trump became president. 

    Don't see what's so crazy about that "fearmongering" from Hannity.
    He's a pornstar's lawyer...and that's about it. How could anyone think he could really run for President? Even Hannity himself had to laugh about that one after the cameras stopped rolling. 
    Trump was a REALLY DUMB reality star and a pornstars one night stand.
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  • my2handsmy2hands Posts: 17,118
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Lots of people here loved the guy... i remember some even mentioning a 2020 run... i thought it was ridiculous, he's just a sleezy lawyer
  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    my2hands said:
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Lots of people here loved the guy... i remember some even mentioning a 2020 run... i thought it was ridiculous, he's just a sleezy lawyer
    But HE was talking about a 2020 run and going around "the greatest country in the world" checking on the interest... so, ofc that would be mentioned around that time...
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  • HughFreakingDillonHughFreakingDillon I'm from Winnipeg, you idiot! (Chris Jericho)Posts: 21,414
    my2hands said:
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Lots of people here loved the guy... i remember some even mentioning a 2020 run... i thought it was ridiculous, he's just a sleezy lawyer
    a two page thread that is several months old? don't think that indicates lots of people here loved the guy. there was initial excitement when he claimed he had dirt on DT that would bring him down. that quickly turned to skepticism with zero delivery and his name disappeared as quickly as it appeared. 

    he mentioned a 2020 run, which is why you saw people mention it. they weren't mentioning it because they thought it was a good idea, from what I recall. 
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    "Mostly I think that people react sensitively because they know you’ve got a point"
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
    I find this a little weird... I mean, does Avenatti have a screw loose or what? He would have known that Nike would consult lawyers once he put such a demand on the table, and knows the law... Why would he not assume that it was likely he's get busted for extortion? I dunno, it always amazes me what some of these powerful men think they can get away with, but then I remember, "oh yeah. They have been getting away with tons of shit for years and years, why wouldn't they think they could get away with more?" It's still extraordinary for them to get caught/called out, not for them to be doing stuff like this.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    my2hands said:
    Suckers loved that clown 
    Who exactly loved him? I ask this because other than Fox News suggesting he was the Democrats' new darling, I never heard anyone say anything positive about him. 

    I remember Hannity once suggesting that he could be the Democrats' 2020 nominee! I couldn't help but laugh. I think Hannity is good at what he does (brainwashing morons) but even the dumbest of the dumb wouldn't buy that one. 
    Avenatti was signaling he would run. 

    Trump became president. 

    Don't see what's so crazy about that "fearmongering" from Hannity.
    He's a pornstar's lawyer...and that's about it. How could anyone think he could really run for President? Even Hannity himself had to laugh about that one after the cameras stopped rolling. 
    Trump was a REALLY DUMB reality star and a pornstars one night stand.
    Well he must really dumb if you capitalized it. But at least he's perceived by some people to be a smart, successful businessman (again, perceived) and has rubbed elbows with the likes of the Clintons over the years. So it's somewhat reasonable for him to slither his way into the White House. Avenatti? Please...
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
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    He really does seem dumb (Trump, not Avenatti). And I don't think it was reasonable at all that he was able to slither into the White House. It's absolutely appalling that America let that happen.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    PJ_Soul said:
    He really does seem dumb (Trump, not Avenatti). And I don't think it was reasonable at all that he was able to slither into the White House. It's absolutely appalling that America let that happen.
    Some of you give America too much credit. In a country where Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are influential people, Donald Trump SHOULD be the president of the country. He's just like them except he wears a suit. I've said it from the beginning: he's not he president we need, but he's the president we deserve. All of us are to blame for him, not just the morons that voted for him. We've all created an America where this can happen. 
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  • Meltdown99Meltdown99 None Of Your Business...Posts: 7,555
    PJ_Soul said:
    I find this a little weird... I mean, does Avenatti have a screw loose or what? He would have known that Nike would consult lawyers once he put such a demand on the table, and knows the law... Why would he not assume that it was likely he's get busted for extortion? I dunno, it always amazes me what some of these powerful men think they can get away with, but then I remember, "oh yeah. They have been getting away with tons of shit for years and years, why wouldn't they think they could get away with more?" It's still extraordinary for them to get caught/called out, not for them to be doing stuff like this.
    Why do you think?  You do not actually think criminals actually think the entire process through? Clowns like this never consider the possibility of rotting in jail.  People like you and me...well we would consider the possibility of jail as not being appealing...those thoughts never enter criminals minds.
  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
    edited March 2019
    PJ_Soul said:
    I find this a little weird... I mean, does Avenatti have a screw loose or what? He would have known that Nike would consult lawyers once he put such a demand on the table, and knows the law... Why would he not assume that it was likely he's get busted for extortion? I dunno, it always amazes me what some of these powerful men think they can get away with, but then I remember, "oh yeah. They have been getting away with tons of shit for years and years, why wouldn't they think they could get away with more?" It's still extraordinary for them to get caught/called out, not for them to be doing stuff like this.
    Why do you think?  You do not actually think criminals actually think the entire process through? Clowns like this never consider the possibility of rotting in jail.  People like you and me...well we would consider the possibility of jail as not being appealing...those thoughts never enter criminals minds.
    I disagree with that. Many criminals think things through. They are just far more willing to take the risk.
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    PJ_Soul said:
    He really does seem dumb (Trump, not Avenatti). And I don't think it was reasonable at all that he was able to slither into the White House. It's absolutely appalling that America let that happen.
    Some of you give America too much credit. In a country where Kanye West and Kim Kardashian are influential people, Donald Trump SHOULD be the president of the country. He's just like them except he wears a suit. I've said it from the beginning: he's not he president we need, but he's the president we deserve. All of us are to blame for him, not just the morons that voted for him. We've all created an America where this can happen. 
    Yes.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    PJ_Soul said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    I find this a little weird... I mean, does Avenatti have a screw loose or what? He would have known that Nike would consult lawyers once he put such a demand on the table, and knows the law... Why would he not assume that it was likely he's get busted for extortion? I dunno, it always amazes me what some of these powerful men think they can get away with, but then I remember, "oh yeah. They have been getting away with tons of shit for years and years, why wouldn't they think they could get away with more?" It's still extraordinary for them to get caught/called out, not for them to be doing stuff like this.
    Why do you think?  You do not actually think criminals actually think the entire process through? Clowns like this never consider the possibility of rotting in jail.  People like you and me...well we would consider the possibility of jail as not being appealing...those thoughts never enter criminals minds.
    I disagree with that. Many criminals think things through. They are just far more willing to take the risk.
    See and that's argument for Trump not being dumb. He's been a criminal for like 40 years and has (so far) avoided prison time. At lunch at work today, someone mentioned something about stupid criminals (I'm a probation officer by the way) and how if they were smart criminals, they wouldn't be on probation. I said, "Yeah, they could President."
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
    edited March 2019
    PJ_Soul said:
    PJ_Soul said:
    I find this a little weird... I mean, does Avenatti have a screw loose or what? He would have known that Nike would consult lawyers once he put such a demand on the table, and knows the law... Why would he not assume that it was likely he's get busted for extortion? I dunno, it always amazes me what some of these powerful men think they can get away with, but then I remember, "oh yeah. They have been getting away with tons of shit for years and years, why wouldn't they think they could get away with more?" It's still extraordinary for them to get caught/called out, not for them to be doing stuff like this.
    Why do you think?  You do not actually think criminals actually think the entire process through? Clowns like this never consider the possibility of rotting in jail.  People like you and me...well we would consider the possibility of jail as not being appealing...those thoughts never enter criminals minds.
    I disagree with that. Many criminals think things through. They are just far more willing to take the risk.
    See and that's argument for Trump not being dumb. He's been a criminal for like 40 years and has (so far) avoided prison time. At lunch at work today, someone mentioned something about stupid criminals (I'm a probation officer by the way) and how if they were smart criminals, they wouldn't be on probation. I said, "Yeah, they could President."
    I don't really agree with that either, haha. Smart criminals get busted, and stupid criminals get lucky. Criminals are diverse, lol. FTR, I do think Trump is a fucking moron, but there are a lot of other things about him that got him to where he is.
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  • Ledbetterman10Ledbetterman10 Posts: 13,618
    But he has the best words! How can a moron have the best words? Answer me that. 
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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 48,066
    But he has the best words! How can a moron have the best words? Answer me that. 
    :lol:
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  • Gern BlanstenGern Blansten Your Mom'sPosts: 10,248
    Another odd Avenati story.  How could he (and fucking Mark Geragos) go this far?  Obviously NY thinks they have evidence to charge him so this can't just be a misunderstanding among lawyers.

    Really fucking weird
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    PJ_Soul said:
    He really does seem dumb (Trump, not Avenatti). And I don't think it was reasonable at all that he was able to slither into the White House. It's absolutely appalling that America let that happen.
    It’s prob about time that you come to terms with the fact that Trump happened.  But either way, Avenatti is pretty dumb, too,  I told you ao when you liked him months ago, even after he failed to pay penalties in a case where he was found guilty. Then he repped a porn star whose case was thrown out. Then he got charged with extortion. Sleazebag puts it kinda  mildly.
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  • Spiritual_ChaosSpiritual_Chaos Posts: 21,240
    PJ_Soul said:
    He really does seem dumb (Trump, not Avenatti). And I don't think it was reasonable at all that he was able to slither into the White House. It's absolutely appalling that America let that happen.
    It’s prob about time that you come to terms with the fact that Trump happened.  But either way, Avenatti is pretty dumb, too,  I told you ao when you liked him months ago, even after he failed to pay penalties in a case where he was found guilty. Then he repped a porn star whose case was thrown out. Then he got charged with extortion. Sleazebag puts it kinda  mildly.
    He and Trump could tour the country together.
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