Things Are BAD when a PORN ACTRESS Breaks Things Off With You

Rape gang, Kavanaugh, #TeamKJ; #KevinJackson

Karma isn’t a bitch, she’s a skank!

At least that my bet of what creepy porn lawyer Michael Avenatti might tweet about her. 

But Avenatti doesn’t need to get fired from Fox News for the world to see how bad things have gotten for him, post-Kavanaugh.

And rightfully so.

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The man involves himself with proven skanks, particularly the one who accused now SCOTUS Justice Kavanaugh of unthinkable things. But Julie Swetnick skulked down her rat hole, and Avenatti has been referred for a criminal probe according to CNBC.

Adding insult to injury, Avenatti lost his Newport Beach law office. According to the New York Post, he couldn’t pay his bills.

Next, Avenatti is accused of domestic violence. Oh the irony. The man who purported to be the new protector of women, as he joined the seek and destroy effort of Democrat stands accused of beating women.

But the news few discuss is the reaction of the creepy porn laywer’s most visible client. Creepy porn star, Stormy Daniels.

The woman who put Avenatti in the public eye, and the most famous porn star since Linda Lovelace appears to be abandoning her attorney.

No unconditional love, as Daniels, who spoke at the Oxford Union last week declared.

According to Newsweek

During the event, Daniels also addressed Wednesday’s arrest of her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, over domestic violence allegations. She echoed a statement made earlier Thursday, saying that “right now they’re just allegations and I’m gonna reserve judgement.”

“If the allegations turn out to be true,” she said, “then I will definitely be seeking new representation.”

Daniels’ comments are perplexing given her past.

As the New York Post reported back in 2009,

It’s been a tough week for porn actress Stormy Daniels — complete with a domestic violence charge and a car explosion — as she continues to mull a U.S. Senate bid that could make life uncomfortable for incumbent first-term Louisiana Republican David Vitter, still recovering from a sex scandal.

Daniels was arrested Saturday on a domestic violence battery charge after she allegedly hit her husband at their home in Tampa, Fla., during a dispute about laundry and unpaid bills.

As we would say in the vernacular: “Ain’t that some sh*t!”

Daniels will whoop a eunuch’s ass, if he hasn’t done the laundry or paid those “Williams”. But she won’t give her creepy porn lawyer the benefit of the doubt.

More info on Daniels’ arrest:

Daniels was arrested Saturday at 3:18 p.m. after her husband, Michael Mosny, reported that Daniels hit him several times, according to a Tampa Police Department report. Police said neither Mosny nor Daniels were injured.

Mosny told police that Daniels was upset “about the way the clothes had been done” and then “got more upset about some bills that had not been paid,” the police report said.

The police report said Daniels allegedly “threw a potted plant at the kitchen sink,” hit Mosny on the head several times and “threw their wedding album onto the floor and knocked candles off coffee table, breaking them.”

Daniels hasn’t said much more about Avenatti, but clearly she will leave him if he hit a woman.

A cautionary tale for Leftist men, given that Avenatti didn’t seem to care that he represented a “husband-beater”.

Thus, the double-standard of the #MeToo movement bites one of its own.

Even more deliciously ironic is the fact that the entirety of Democrats and #MeToo frauds started the “I believe her!” phrase. Yet Avenatti now dismisses it.

 

 

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