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Lawyer says Avenatti is living in a rat-infested cell at an unsanitary facility that reeks of urine.




Was this before or after Avenatti arrived?
 
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Avenatti the asshole:

“Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represented adult film actress Stormy Daniels in lawsuits against President Donald Trump, was granted temporary release from his New York City prison on Friday due to the COVID-19 outbreak.

Avenatti, 49, claimed that a recent bout if pneumonia in September [?!] put him at greater risk for contracting the coronavirus.

He will be released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center on a $1million bond and placed into quarantine for 14 days at a Federal Bureau of Prisons facility to ensure he's not infected with the coronavirus.”

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He can start working on his presidential bid.
 
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Can a virus like him actually contract another virus? Aren't there rules about professional courtesies and such?
 
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He will be released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center on a $1million bond


A word of advice...don't take his personal check!


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I wonder if he can come up with the 10% a bail bondsman will require. $100k is nothing to sneeze at for someone who's already been bankrupted and is facing a lifetime of earning prisoner wages making license plates.
 
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He may find a way. I would not be surprised.
 
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Lawyer says Avenatti is living in a rat-infested cell at an unsanitary facility that reeks of urine.




Was this before or after Avenatti arrived?
So , what's the problem??
 
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What self respecting rat would want to hang out with him?


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Seems he could benefit from a necrotic ring.....



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He's more harm to himself than anyone else so we'll be hearing about him again. Karma's got his number.


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5 will get you 10 he doesn't go back to prison. He will flee or kill himself.



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I'm sure the rats were not happy to have to share a cell with this lowlife.
 
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Lawyers for Michael Avenatti, the former attorney for adult-film star Stormy Daniels, told a judge on Wednesday that he should serve no more than six months in prison after being found guilty of attempting to extort $25 million from sportswear giant Nike, noting that he is facing constant ridicule.

According to The Associated Press, Avenatti's lawyers made the request in a sentencing memorandum in Manhattan federal court. They said he suffered while serving three months in prison after his bail was revoked last year and noted the public ridicule of his “cataclysmic fall."

“Avenatti’s epic fall and public shaming has played out in front of the entire world. The Court may take judicial notice of this fact, as Avenatti’s cataclysmic fall has been well-documented. He is openly mocked by the former President of the United States and his preferred media outlets, to the glee of millions of the former President’s followers and supporters,” the lawyers wrote, according to the AP.

count me in

“He cannot go anywhere in public without inducing and subjecting himself to vitriolic comments and abuse. These circumstances alone would deter anyone in Avenatti’s shoes from engaging in similar conduct,” they added.

While the lawyers said that no more than a six-month prison term and home confinement would be a sufficient sentence for Avenatti, federal sentencing guidelines suggest a sentence of 11 to 14 years in prison, the AP noted, adding that sentencing is scheduled for June 30.

Prosecutors are set to make their own sentencing recommendations in Avenatti's case later this month, the news service added.

Avenatti was convicted in February 2020 of attempting to extort up to $25 million from Nike, the global apparel brand. Two months later, he was allowed to leave the Metropolitan Correction Center in Manhattan for home confinement at the height of the coronavirus pandemic.

In 2019, Avenatti was also charged with defrauding Daniels of hundreds of thousands of dollars from her book deal.

He has pleaded not guilty to all charges, the AP noted.

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Avenatti tried to bring down Bret Kavanaugh during the confirmation hearings. A 20 year sentence w/o parole would be fine w me
 
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I hope he gets the max.
 
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What a total scum-bag!! May he rot in prison.
 
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Was the urine rat urine or human? Not sure why this is important, and its probably not. Piss is piss, and he's done it all to himself. He choose his occupation, and I'm thinking associating with rats is on a par with Stormy. Don't know if she smells like piss or rats, or prison cells.


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I don't do any federal criminal law, but it is my impression that it is hardish for judges to depart too far from the sentencing guideline.




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ANY place Avenatti occupies will be infested with at least one large rat.


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