Avenatti Convicted Of Extortion

Before we begin, I purposefully ignored the Andrew McCabe story – short version: the DOJ is refusing to charge him for his crimes – because the decision would angry up the blood.

Yes, the Lord taketh away, but He also giveth. Take creepy pron lawyer Michael Avenatti, for instance.

A jury found celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti guilty Friday on all three charges he faced in relation to his scheme to extort over $20 million from sportswear and apparel giant Nike.

Avenatti was charged with threatening he would stage a news conference exposing its efforts to corrupt college basketball unless it paid him between $15 and $25 million to conduct an internal investigation into his claims.

It’s ironic I’m posting this on President’s Day, since the leftist jackasses at CNN were actively touting Avenatti as the Democratic candidate who could beat President Trump.

The good news is Avenatti is facing more charges for other crimes.

Avenatti’s legal woes are far from over. He faces a trial in New York over charges that he stole $300,000 in book proceeds from his former client [Stormy] Daniels and another trial in California that he swindled settlement funds from a client.

Avenatti, 49, is looking at fifty years for the Nike extortion. If you look at, say, ten years for the other thefts, it’s likely the creepy porn lawyer will spend the rest of his miserable life in prison.

4 thoughts on “Avenatti Convicted Of Extortion

  1. Couldn’t have happened to a bigger a$$. It actually brought a huge smile to my face when I saw this on Fox News. Made my day! I hope they handcuff his hands to his ankles once he is in prison. That way everyone will know what an a$$ he is.


  2. He’ll be passed around like a blunt at a party. Couldn’t happen to a more deserving POS. ‘Specially after it came out that he stole from a disabled person.


  3. Ronni – While I’m really angry about McCabe getting away with a coup, this makes up for it. Well, almost. Enjoy prison, Mikey.

    Cathy – He has two more trials coming up. He may not get fifty, but he’ll get more than ten. Plus, he’s a lawyer, so he won’t exactly be popular in prison.

    MelP – Yeah, he’s a terribly despicable humanoid. I hope he gets what he deserves.


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