Tuesday, December 11, 2018

It's Gettin' Stormy!

Do you remember the bizarre contender for the Democrat 2020 throne, Michael Avenatti, popularly known as Creepy Porn Lawyer (CPL)? Sure you do, CPL's the hot shot lawyer representing Stormy Daniels, the famous dancing prostitute who went after Trump for an alleged affair in 2006. 

Stormy owes Trump money

But things haven't been easy for Stormy or CPL. Just today, a California judge ordered the stripper to pay Trump over $290,000 in legal fees, including  $1000 in sanctions for a frivolous lawsuit against the president. Stormy, under the aegis of the brilliant CPL, had sued the president for defamation following a Trumpian tweet and... lost the case.

CPL, defender of wimmyn's rights everywhere

How will Stormy pay the bill? Through her gofundme appeal of course, which as of August had raised $585,563. That'll cover the fine and some of CPL's fees, and we have to thank all the well meaning progressives who helped finance Trump's legal team. 

Whether Stormy and CPL will win their NDA lawsuit against the president remains to be seen. If they do, the proceeds might go some way towards covering Avenatti's mounting financial woes.

Just one of the fellas!

CPL's been ordered to pay his ex-wife $37,897 in child support and $124,398 in spousal support. A month. Far more than most people in the world earn in a year or several. 

And that's not all, the hapless Avenatti's been ordered to give his fortunate Ex his Farrari Spyder, ahem "art," his collection of super pricey watches and a share in a private jet, all by way of retroactive payments to his former wife.

One of the best things about cocaine is that it doesn't make you arrogant or weird.

What a lot of money! Amounting to rather over a $1 million a year, and that's before the unfortunate champion of womyns rights has even bought anything. Who knows, maybe CPL's going to recoup the loss with a staggeringly, not coke-fueled, win against Trump with his All Star client, Stormy.

She, by the way, ran for office as a Republican back in 2010. Here's Wikipedia:

In April 2010, Daniels finally declared herself a Republican candidate. Her decision was inspired by disclosures that the Republican National Committee (RNC) had paid expenses for fundraisers at a "lesbian bondage themed nightclub" in Los Angeles, stating that the revelations "finally tipped the scales".

I tell you, can't make this stuff up. Hunter Thompson's Generation of Swine was a couple of decades early and millions of dollars short. 

And who knows, maybe Stormy will make up the deficit by dancing in her declining years. Good luck to her.

I loved this place

CPL, on the other hand? Perhaps Satan's discarded its malfeasant toy.




Well Seasoned Fool said...

CPL has other problems including his now bankrupt law firm. Couldn't happen to a more deserving (unconvicted) felon.

Jim said...

Couldn't happen to a more deserving guy.

Infidel de Manahatta said...

Strange how I haven't seen CPL on the cable news networks lately.

It's almost like they have no further use for them. And that can't be it since progressives are notoriously loyal to fellow travelers.

Adrienne said...

Stormy? What can I say? Sigh. She's what we in Houston used to designate as a "dirty leg." "What is a dirty leg", you ask? Hard to describe, but when you see one you know it.

Avenatti? CPL will do just fine.

LL said...

Stormy is suing the Creepy Porn Lawyer. One can only wonder if she wasn't working off her fees in the way she's accustomed to doing it. Then something happened.

LSP said...

WSF, the word hubris springs to mind. Michael Avenatti, champion of wymmins rights everywhere and icon of the progressive movement. Really?

LSP said...

Jim, we must attempt charity... not easy, right?

LSP said...

Infidel, loyalty is the hallmark of the party.

And who is this Michael "Avenatti"? Fake news, surely.

LSP said...

I agree on both counts but feel kind of sorry for Stormy. CPL's surely the major villain or is this misplaced chivalry towards the, ahem, exotic dancer?

But for goodness sake, what have they come to. Avenatti and Stormy as icons of the "Resistance"? Really? Yes, really. Bizarre and weird as the day is long and then some.

LSP said...

LL, we have to wonder. Perhaps this speaks well of Stormy?

In the meanwhile, CPL has to pay an awful lot of money to his creditors, not least ex-wife, and that's before the coke bill. Which of course he doesn't have.

Regardless, I think you're in the X Ring, Mr. Holmes.