Adult Movie Actress Stormy Daniel said on Wednesday that her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, sued President Trump for defamation without her consent and launched a second campaign to raise funds "without my permission or even my knowledge … and in my words saying that I never wrote or said. "
Daniel said in a Dinist's statement that "Avenatti has been a great lawyer in many ways," but she added: "Otherwise, Michael does not treat me with respect and dignity, which the lawyer should show to the client."
"For many months, I have been asking Michael Avenatti to give me accounting information about the fund, which has given my supporters so much for my safety and legal protection," Daniel said. "He has repeatedly ignored these requests. Many days ago, I repeatedly asked him to tell me how much money was spent and how much was left.
"Instead of answering me … Michael launched another cash flow campaign to raise money for me. I learned about Twitter," added Daniel, who also said that he had not yet decided whether Avenatti would continue to represent him. .
Avenatti responded with a statement received by Fox News: "I've always been the Stormy's greatest champion. I personally sacrificed a lot of money, time and energy to help her because I believe in her. I've always had an open book with Stormy for all her affairs and she knows that. You just need to look at her many previous interviews, where she says that we talk and talk several times with her things every day.
DEFAMMENT OF STORMY DANIEL AFTER THE AMENDMENTS TO THE FIRST AMENDMENT
"The banning of Stormy was signed in February in February, provided that she paid me $ 100, and that any and all other money involved in the legal fund would cover my legal expenses and expenses," continued Avenatti. "Instead, most of the money spent has gone against her security costs and similar expenses. The last campaign was just a refresh of the previous campaign, which was intended to help cover some of Stormy's expenses."
CrowdJustice CrowdJustice attracted $ 4785 on Wednesday night on CrowdJustice. The Daily Beast reported that a previous fundraiser specialist this year compared Daniel's spending to more than $ 580,000.
Last month, the Los Angeles federal judge ruled Daniels' complaint about the lawsuit against the president, which arose from April's Twitter, in which Trump denied her allegation that she was at risk in the 2011 Las Vegas car park. Daniel, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, claimed Daniel said that the man threatened to publicize her for possible sexual intercourse with Brief In 2006. Trumps repeatedly denies the thought.
According to his decision to lodge a lawsuit, US District Judge S. James Otero ordered Mr. Daniel to pay the Trump Costs, which presumptive lawyers estimated at $ 350,000.
Initially, Daniel sued Trump for the confidentiality agreement that she signed before the 2016 presidential election, which prevented her from discussing a sexual encounter, said she was in Trump years before he led the president. The confidentiality agreement included a $ 130,000 payment to Daniel from Trampa followed by a personal attorney Michael Cohen. In August last year, Cohen acknowledged the payment of Daniel and another woman, Karen McDougal, "in the direction" followed by Trump, in violation of the federal campaign finance law.