LA D.A. won’t charge Michael Avenatti with felony domestic violence, refers to case City Attorney for misdemeanor consideration
Avenatti releases statement suggesting lack of charges (so far) serve as exoneration
Monday, actress Mareli Miniutti requested a restraining order against estranged boyfriend, Michael Avenatti. Avenatti is the fame-lusting attorney who represented porn actress Stormy Daniels.
Miniutti alleges Avenatti called her an “ungrateful bitch” and forcibly removed her from his apartment, leaving her legs and back scratched up.
Avenatti has denied all allegations and said that the evidence will prove as much.
Wednesday, the case was referred to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office “for misdemeanor filing consideration.”
A case presented today by #LosAngeles police involving attorney Michael Avenatti has been referred to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office for misdemeanor filing consideration, the #LACounty District Attorney’s Office announced. @CityAttorneyLA @LAPDHQ #LADAOffice
— LA District Attorney (@LADAOffice) November 21, 2018
Avenatti released a statement saying the lack of charges (to date) prove his innocence.
My statement re the decision just issued by the LA County District Attorney's Office is below. pic.twitter.com/gCUBpMKP2f
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) November 21, 2018
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