Creepy Porn Lawyer Michael Avenatti Busted Twice Today!

Elder Patriot – Michael Avenatti, who rode porn star Stormy Daniels to a degree of notoriety, has apparently shot his wad.  

In early September, Judge Catherine Bauer of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Santa Ana slapped a restraining order on Michael Avenatti and any companies he is affiliated with from spending any fees it collects while more than $10 million in unpaid debts and taxes remain unpaid.  

The claimant in that case was Jason Frank, a former employees of Eagan Avenatti who

sued claiming he was owed more than $15 million.

Predictably, Avenatti missed the agreed upon payments.

Today the other shoe dropped … twice!

The L.A. Times is reporting:

Michael Avenatti, the lawyer for porn actress Stormy Daniels, was hit with a personal judgment of $4.85 million Monday by [Judge Dennis J. Landin] for his failure to pay a debt to a former colleague [Jason Frank] at his longtime Newport Beach firm.

Then:

Less than an hour after his defeat in the Los Angeles lawsuit, Avenatti suffered another setback at a trial in Orange County: The Irvine Co. won a court order evicting him and his staff from their offices because the firm, Eagan Avenatti, skipped the last four months of rent.

In the Orange County trial, 520 Newport Center Drive LLC, an arm of the Irvine Co., sued Eagan Avenatti for missing $213,254 in rent payments over the last four months.  Superior Court Judge Robert J. Moss ordered the firm to vacate the premises and pay the landlord the full amount of overdue rent.

Eagan Avenatti had occupied an ocean-view suite on the 14th floor of an office building at Fashion Island.

Avenatti, like all Democrats today, countered with false accusations.  Avenatti contends that his former colleague, attorney Jason Frank defrauded him of $12 Million but numerous courts have failed to find Frank engaged in any fraudulent behavior.  Neither is Avenatti pursuing any case alleging that Frank has.

Here’s the newest rub.

As part of the September bankruptcy agreement the company that Avenatti was partners in, Eagan Avenatti, agreed to pay Frank $4.85 million. Avenatti had to personally guarantee that payment if the firm missed the deadline for payment.

That’s the essence of today’s court rulings.  

After losing these cases, on top of the one he recently lost to Donald Trump, anyone contemplating contributing to this loser’s campaign has to first deal with the possibility that millions of dollars of those contributions will be directed to clear up Avenatti’s debts to his enemies.

Schadenfreude, so sweet.