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Judge Sentences Michael Avenatti to 4 Years for Defrauding Stormy Daniels

Judge Sentences Michael Avenatti to 4 Years for Defrauding Stormy Daniels

Remember when the left thought he could run for president? Good times.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFEoyIGbRBg

CNN and leftist darling Michael Avenatti received a four-year prison sentence for defrauding porn star Stormy Daniels:

Avenatti spoke for 12 minutes at the sentencing, acknowledging the “series of mistakes” and “poor judgment” he exercised.

“I will forever be branded ‘disgraced lawyer’ and worse,” he said.

Avenatti sent an apology to Daniels but the judge deemed it “too little, too late.”

Judge Furman also denied Avenatti’s request to be sentenced remotely. He had to show up in court.

A jury found Avenatti guilty of wire fraud and identity theft for taking $300,000 of the $800,000 meant for Daniels for her book Full Disclosure.

Avenatti is already in jail after a jury found him guilty of extortion, the transmission of interstate communications with intent to extort, and wire fraud over threats he made to Nike.

30 months of the four-year prison sentence will run concurrently with Avenatti’s 2.5-year prison sentence for the Nike extortion.

Avenatti has another trial coming up. He faces charges of stealing $10 million from clients in California.

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Comments

Does this mean he can’t be POTUS?

    User-Name in reply to [email protected]. | June 2, 2022 at 1:14 pm

    He can still be president. The girls of The View would vote for him.

    chrisboltssr in reply to [email protected]. | June 2, 2022 at 2:32 pm

    Actually, he could. Criminal records is not a disqualification for running for president or any other office. I’m certain on the former and 90% confident on the latter.

    henrybowman in reply to [email protected]. | June 2, 2022 at 4:24 pm

    Furman must be a Republican judge. A Democrat judge would have sentenced him to four years in the Oval Office.

    The answer is hell, no. In Rhode Island, we knew this as the Buddy Cianci Rule. In DC, it was the Marion Barry rule.

    We used to tick off the Massachusetts Public Safety Committee members in hearings by reminding them that all of us in the audience with carry permits (a constitutional right) had to have been proven clean of all legal blemish, while they, sitting up there in judgment on us, were allowed to have a record for anything except election fraud and still be eligible for their jobs.

somebody will make this little punk fk lik their blls real fast. hey mikey likes it.

“Heard”-say may be plausible but not probable and likely unactionable outside of a court of emotional appeal, in the ruts of social justice, within the braying circus of the press, or at The Twilight Fringe.

“30 months of the four-year prison sentence will run concurrently with Avenatti’s 2.5-year prison sentence for the Nike extortion.”

Doesn’t that simply wipe out the previous sentence?

Separate crimes, different victims. Why would the sentences run concurrently?

Hail to the Creepy Porn Lawyer.

“I will forever be [FACTUALLY & TRUTHFULLY] branded ‘disgraced[*] lawyer’ and worse,” he said.

*And he’s not only merely disgraced. He’s really most sincerely disgraced.

They gave him credit for time served for his time spent on The View.

healthguyfsu | June 2, 2022 at 2:35 pm

He’s definitely going to be someone’s basta

Trump should loan his lawyers to Stormy Daniels to sue him for mal-practice so she can pay him the money she owes him.

They should lock up his booster Joy Behar along with him.

He will forever be branded the creepy porn lawyer.

He is the perfect presidential candidate for the Dems.

He’ll be out in 4 years. Just in time to declare his candidacy for 2028.

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