Stormy Daniels is a 39-year-old blonde porn actress who despite a busy career, has hit the headlines recently for a paid relationship deal with US President Donald Trump. The attorney Michael Avenatti who represented her so far has just been discharged from the file. For a complaint story?
The relationship between Trump and Stormy Daniels disclosed
Stormy Daniels is a blonde pornstar, famous all over the world and most porn amateurs have already seen her in action. But the 39-year-old Stephanie Clifford, whose real name was her, had huge media coverage a few months ago when she sued Donald Trump.
The pornstar wanted indeed to cancel a non-disclosure agreement that it would have signed in 2016, while Trump was not yet the president of the United States. In exchange for the tidy sum of $ 130,000, the alleged relationship (which would have occurred between 2006 and 2007) was not to be unveiled. If the accuser maintains her version of the facts, the American president denies all sexual relations even if he confirms the transaction.
To defend her case in court, the porn actress appealed to Michael Avenatti, a 48-year-old lawyer, and both enjoyed a huge boost in popularity with the case. Michael Avenatti even thought, for a little while, to face Donald Trump in the presidential election.
But on March 12, Stormy Daniels announced on Twitter that she had hired a new lawyer to defend her, in the person of Clark Brewster. But what are the reasons for this separation?
The lawyer Michael Avenatti fired for a complaint without Stormy’s agreement?
Following the announcement of the porn actress on Twitter, specifying only that she had hired a new legal representative, a statement from Michael Avenatti informing the followers that the firm from which he came decided to end the collaboration with Stormy Daniels for reasons that were to remain private, due to confidentiality clauses between clients and their lawyers.
It’s hard to know who put an end to this working relationship, but one fact suggests that the pornstar did not quite endorse the practices of her now-retired lawyer.
Mr Avenatti had indeed filed a defamation suit against Donald Trump, who had spoken of ‘Absolute Scam’ when asked his opinion on this story with the pornstar.
The court, which ruled that this was a rhetorical phrase under freedom of expression, sentenced in December 2018 the adult film actress paid $300,000 in court fees lawyer and abusive procedure fees, to Donald Trump.
A setback already unpleasant, but that takes a different meaning when we know that the lawyer Michael Avenatti had filed this complaint without the consent of his client. Enough to aggravate relationships and certainly push Stormy Daniels to break their collaboration.