The Darling of CNN Has Disappeared From Their Studios

The Darling of CNN, porn star lawyer Michael Avenatti, has dropped off the screen. Last week he was almost a regular on the news network. What happened that removed him from all those appearances? He was making all the talking points for his client, porn star Stormy Daniels and now he is a ghost. It seems that Mr. Avenatti and his law firm have had a judgment passed against them for $10 Million. See the details below. Maybe his reputation is suffering a bit too much for even CNN.

As Written and Reported By Brian Flood for Fox News:

Just last week, Michael Avenatti was the darling of CNN but the attorney representing adult film star Stormy Daniels has seen his appearances reduced amid newfound scrutiny. Is it a coincidence or something more?

On Tuesday, a federal bankruptcy court judge in Southern California ordered a law firm managed by Michael Avenatti to pay $10 million to an attorney who claimed that the firm stiffed him on the first installment of a $4.85 million settlement — resulting in critics labeling him a “tax cheat” on social media.

The decision was the latest setback for Avenatti, who ascended to CNN stardom during Daniels’ fight against a confidentiality agreement preventing her from discussing an alleged 2006 sexual encounter with Donald Trump — an encounter Trump denies (the complaints against Avenatti are not related to his representation of Daniels).

Avenatti did not appear on CNN Tuesday, and had not appeared Wednesday by the time of publication, according to a review of transcripts and CNN programming conducted by Fox News.

This would mark a stark contrast to the last few months when Avenatti essentially turned CNN’s green room into his second home. Last week, Rich Noyes and Bill D’Agostino of …….


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