Everyone associated with Stormy Daniels to say the very least couldn’t tell a truthful story if their life depended on it.
Take a look at the lawyer for example, it seems that every single time that he opens his mouth he is coming up with another nonsense story about either Trump or himself. He is one of those people who is addicted to attention the same way that a drug addict looks for their next fix. They will do and say anything to get it.
Michael Avenatti told The Daily Beast Tuesday that he believes the Russian government is trying to plant damaging stories about him in the press, without any evidence to support this claim.
Avenatti, the media-friendly attorney representing porn star Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Donald Trump, claims two members of the media and a “high ranking American intelligence official” informed him of the Russian plot.
“They’re doing it because they see me as a threat, a considerable threat,” he told The Daily Beast. “If we weren’t a threat, none of this would be happening.”
Avenatti also told The Daily Beast that members of the Russian government are trying to spread a story that he once traveled to Moscow and had sexual relationships with several women during his trip.
“They were trying to claim that I too had taken a trip to Moscow,” Avenatti said to The Daily Beast. “I’ve never been to Moscow in my life. I’ve never traveled to Russia in my life.”
The Daily Beast says Avenatti did not substantiate any of these allegations.
“They suggested that I had had a liaison with multiple women in Russia,” he added. “I found that to be rather ironic.”
Avenatti claims these same nefarious Russian figures are telling others that he once had Russian and Ukrainian clients that had business interests with the U.S. government. The media seeking attorney denies he ever had such clients.
“I think I’ve been nervous for the entirety of the case,” Avenatti told The Daily Beast. “Certainly this raises the stakes. But we’re not going to pack up and go home. I’m not going to change what I’m doing just because the Russians don’t like it.”
Since regularly appearing on a variety of news programs, a number of stories have run scrutinizing Avenatti’s business and personal history.
The Daily Caller News Foundation reported in May about his difficulties running West-Coast-based Tully’s Coffee, which recently had to suspend all commercial operations.