Adult film actor Stormy Daniels claimed on Wednesday that his lawyer Michael Avenatti has opted for President Trump without his admission, and launched a second fundraising campaign to raise money "without my permission or without my knowledge … never write or say ".
In a statement by The Daily Beast, Daniels said "Avenatti has been a great advocate for many ways," he added: "In other ways, Michael has not been treated with respect and deference to show attorney customers."
"I asked Michael Avenatti for a few months to provide accounting information to my supporters, thanks to my security and legal defense," Daniels said. "He repeatedly dismissed these requests. I asked for a few days again and again he told me how much money he spent and how much was left.
"Then respond … Michael Strogoff set up a new revenue collection to raise money in my name. I learned about Twitter," Daniels added, although he still did not decide whether Avenatty would still imagine himself.
Avenatti responded with a statement from Fox News: "I am and have always been the greatest Stormy champion. I personally suffered money, time and energy, because I helped her believe in her. Stormy in all aspects of her case and That is what he knows. More than once, he has to look in his previous conversations, and in many cases he talks and communicates about his cases every day.
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"The Stormy Retention Agreement was signed in February, which paid me $ 100.00 and all other monies made through a legal fund would change my legal fees and costs," he said. "Instead, most of the money earned their security costs and other similar expenses. The last campaign was just one of the previous campaigns to improve Stormy's spending."
CrowdJustice's website fundraising appeal earned $ 4,785 on Wednesday afternoon. Regarding the bottom pickup page, it was published by Daily Beast after Daniels's statement. The website has previously fundraiser more than $ 580,000 before Daniels' expenses this year.
Last month, a federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed Daniels' defamation suit against the president, when a tweet of April was set up, Trump denied his claims that he threatened his 2011 Las Vegas parking lot. Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, and Daniels said the man was telling himself about the alleged sexual Trump Muslims. Trump repeatedly refused.
Within Defamation suit court, US District Judge S. James Otero promised to pay Daniels Trump legal fees, which presidential lawyers have to pay $ 350,000.
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Daniels was sued by Trump, who canceled the confidentiality agreement signed prior to the 2016 presidential election. He said that he was the first president with Trump years. The confidentiality agreement gave $ 130,000 to Trump's Michael Cohen personal lawyer Daniels. Last August, Cohen admitted to Daniels and another woman, Karen McDougal announced the direction of "direction" to abolish the law of Trump's federal campaign for financial law.