Now You Tell Us: Michael Avenatti’s Legal Team Attacks Stormy Daniels’ “truthfulness, mental state and ability to competently testify”
“Ms. Clifford has made any number of bizarre, fantastical claims that call into serious question her truthfulness, mental state, and ability to competently testify.”
Once hailed by Trump-deranged hosts and “journalists” in legacy media as a serious contender for president in 2020, Michael Avenatti experienced a swift and self-inflicted fall from grace that may land him back behind bars.
How it started // how it’s going pic.twitter.com/uNG8RJzeuy
— Drew Holden (@DrewHolden360) June 17, 2021
Last year the media came down with a fever and the only cure was Michael Avenatti.
Forgot all about it? Well, for a trip down memory lane, please enjoy this supercut recapping some of the highlights. pic.twitter.com/OlKDftM8YA
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 26, 2019
Desperately attempting to keep their client out of prison, Avenatti’s legal team is taking aim at Stormy Daniels, claiming she is a “witch” and questioning her “truthfulness, mental state and ability to competently testify.” Stormy’s real name is Stephanie Clifford.
In a new court document, Michael Avenatti's legal team questions Stormy Daniels's "truthfulness, mental state and ability to competently testify." pic.twitter.com/LaI7zazfkE
— Ben Jacobs (@Bencjacobs) June 19, 2021
If you can’t read the text in the tweet, RedState has it:
Since at least early 2019, when Mr. Avenatti terminated his representation of Ms. Clifford by letter (see Ex. G to Motion), and continuing to the present, Ms. Clifford has made any number of bizarre, fantastical claims that call into serious question her truthfulness, mental state, and ability to competently testify.
Among many other things, Ms. Clifford has claimed: (1) she “sees dead people” and can communicate with them; (2) she recently helped someone locate a body through her physic powers; (3) in early 2019, she became obsessed by spirits after moving into a “haunted house” in New Orleans; (4) the spirit that came to live inside of her caused her to physically cut on her own body in an apparent effort to harm herself; (5) the same spirit caused her to bleed profusely from the mouth, eyes and ears, but she did not seek any medical attention; (6) the house caused her then manager and live-in boyfriend, also an important witness in this case because he was privy to communications concerning the book deal, to become obsessed and physically attack Ms. Clifford and attempt to strangle her to death after his eyes turned entirely black; (7) she can turn lights on and off through her thoughts alone; (8) she can see inside structures like homes and apartments without ever setting foot inside; (9) her “energy” causes electronic devices to no longer work and the information on those devices to be deleted; (10) she is a “witch” who practices witchcraft and can rid people of spirits (a “service” for which she charges); and (11) she possesses supernatural powers that allow her to serve as a “medium” to the dead and conduct “paranormal investigations.” Ms. Clifford has consistently made these various claims during numerous audio and video interviews and on social media.
Rather than channeling failed GOP House candidate Christine “I am not a witch” O’Donnell, Stormy is not denying the claims; instead, she is accusing the Avenatti legal team of religious bigotry and discrimination.
This is my official statement in response to the latest silly tactic from Avenatti to save his thieving ass .. he's actually using "witchcraft" as his argument against me. What year is this? Religious discrimination, anyone?https://t.co/mlAAmIvBmd
— Stormy Daniels (@StormyDaniels) June 19, 2021
You can read her full statement on Facebook if you are so inclined.
You can also read the related court documents:
USA v. Michael Avenatti – Avenatti Pre-Trial Motions
USA v. Michael Avenatti – Avenatti Reply In Support of His Pre-Trial Motions
USA v. Michael Avenatti – Govt Opposition to Avenatti Pre-Trial Motions
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