The lawyer of Stormy Daniels should now prepare his staff and their stuff and get ready to leave their offices following a judge’s order for their eviction.
Michael Avenatti just lost his last-ditch appeal on Friday to block the eviction of his law offices in California.
Avenatti is now required to move out of his ocean-view suite in a Newport Beach office building across from the Fashion Island mall. Orange County Superior Court Judge Robert J. Moss issued the decision in October for the attorney and his staff to immediately vacate their offices for their failure to pay four months worth of rent.
Avenatti’s long-time firm, Eagan Avenatti, owes the landlord, Irvine Co., around $213,254. Irvine Co. was left with no choice but to sue for eviction.
Avenatti’s firm was ordered to vacate their offices as early as the first of November but Avenatti managed to get approval for a temporary reprieve until Friday’s hearing. Avenatti, however, failed to show up in the said hearing.
Compounding the embattled lawyer’s woes was the incident earlier this week in LA where he was busted on domestic violence allegations.
Avenatti was booked on a felony domestic violence charge. Avenatti was later released after posting $50,000 bond. Daniels’ lawyer has fervently denied the allegations lodged against him.
When asked for his comment on the humiliating eviction, the controversial lawyer tried to play down the embarrassing development. He told the local media: “It does not matter as Eagan Avenatti, my former firm, was already in the process of moving. A non-event.”
Such statement, however, contradicts how he tried late last month to request the court to stop the eviction arguing that another entity he owns, Avenatti and Associates, had “an oral rental agreement with the landlord.” The landlord denied such claims, however.
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