Judge, Stormy Daniels lawyer Avenatti, it is unlikely to be gagged

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A Federal government told a judge on Friday that he is unlikely to issue a gag order to prevent, adult-film star Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, speak publicly about a lawsuit against President Trump.

According to The Associated Press, a request for a gag order against lawyer Michael Avenatti was from the former Trump’s lawyer Michael Cohen. Avenatti says he represents the three women, including Daniels, to have the claim had relationships with Trump and were paid, prior to the election in 2016.

Cohen is under investigation as part of a grand jury probe into his personal business relations.. But he has alleged that Avenatti frequent public appearances could taint a potential jury.

U.S. District Judge S. James Otero, in a hearing on the order, not immediately issue the request but said that it is “serious business.” The judge said that the bar is for a gag order, and it seems to have not been met.

Cohen was behind on a payment of $130,000 to Daniel in the months before the elections to keep quiet about an alleged meeting with Trump in 2006. Trump later refunded the payment, although he denied any affair.

Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford, Trump sued for defamation, for the removal of your account as a “con job” and is also sued to the end of the confidentiality agreement that they signed.

Avenatti disclosed, he has other customers, who say they had relationships with trump, but did not disclose further details.

“There are three additional female clients of mine, were not disclosed, were paid hush money before the 2016 election, whether it is made from Michael Cohen on behalf of the President, a position Michael Cohen, or the AMI,” Avenatti told KABC.


Cohen is a lawyer, and a request from you, the order, the accused Avenatti, a “carnival magician.”

“As a small-town carnival magician who is trying to confuse the audience with smoke and mirrors, Avenatti tried to justify somehow his behavior, by the First Amendment from his little bag of tricks to pull, while at the same time pointing with a finger,” Brent Blakely wrote in requesting the order.

Earlier this week, a tape was leaked, contains a conversation between Cohen and Trump about a possible payment to Playboy model Karen McDougal, to acquire the rights, of their history, the claimed that an affair with the trombone, even though the payment was never made.

Avenatti said Trump and Cohen should be the disclosure of information about the women and the alleged relationships.

“You should have said the release of the information to the American people now,” Avenatti. “Enough with the games.”

Fox News’ Brooke Singman and The Associated Press contributed to this report.


Adam Shaw is a reporter covering the American and European politics for Fox News.. He can be reached.

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