He always appeared to be a hothead.
TMZ's source said her face was swollen and bruised when she arrived at the station.
TMZ said the initial attack occurred on Tuesday, but the conflict between the two escalated Wednesday during a confrontation at an exclusive apartment building in Century City. According to TMZ, Avenatti is currently in custody.
We're told during today's confrontation the woman ran out of the apartment building and was on the sidewalk on her cellphone with sunglasses covering her eyes, screaming on the phone, "I can't believe you did this to me."
We're told security brought her inside the building and Michael showed up 5 minutes later, ran into the building, chasing after her. He screamed repeatedly, "She hit me first." We're told he angrily added, "This is bulls***, this is f***ing bulls***."
A law enforcement source say on Tuesday, Avenatti "kicked her out of the apartment" and that's presumably when the alleged domestic violence occurred.
don't marry a gold-digger wrote:
He screamed repeatedly, "She hit me first." .
Precious Roy wrote:
I am as liberal as they come and I have no problem seeing Avenatti go down. From the beginning of the Stormy Daniels affair, it was clear that Avenatti had no interest in being her lawyer and was just using her for self promotion. Then, he pretty much ruined Dr. Blasey's testimony by trying to coerce someone into making an allegation so he could get his face back on TV. He is just a walking time bomb. He was a wunderkind out of law school and was trying and winning eight and nine figure cases as well as being an attorney to the stars in LA. Had he just kept doing what he was good at, he would be a billionaire just on his earnings as a lawyer by now. But he went off on his own and f-ed up a bunch of business ventures and ended up in bankruptcy. Same process took place here. He got a big break on the national stage with Stormy Daniels and couldn't just be her lawyer. Instead, he tried to become some great liberal crusader and is crashing out again.
Subway Surfers wrote:
Wasn't this guy one of Flagpole's heroes.