Life is really starting to suck for aspiring 2020 Democrat presidential candidate and top CNN guest Michael Avenatti.
This week’s arrest in LA on domestic violence charges (he said the bitch started it) is another setback for the lawyer of glorified prostitute Stormy Daniels’s
White House wet dream and it may be the one that finally makes him too toxic for even the Democrats.
At least in Vermont.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Avenatti Appearances Cancelled Due to Allegations of Domestic Violence
The Vermont Democratic Party has cancelled Mr. Avenatti’s forthcoming scheduled appearances in Vermont, and will be refunding all ticket sales. pic.twitter.com/L8bbjGbrJt
— R. Christopher Di Mezzo (@rcdimezzo) November 14, 2018
You know you’re in trouble when the most flaming leftist state east of California has turned its back on you and that’s exactly what Democrats in Bernieland have done by revoking an invitation for the beady-eyed con artist to appear at several events to promote his candidacy.
Vermont Democrats canceled appearances by Michael Avenatti after the celebrity lawyer was arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of felony domestic violence.https://t.co/wrenqJSBHO
— Washington Examiner (@dcexaminer) November 16, 2018
Via The Washington Examiner, “Vermont Democrats disinvite Avenatti after domestic violence arrest”:
Vermont Democrats canceled appearances by Michael Avenatti after the celebrity lawyer was arrested in Los Angeles on suspicion of felony domestic violence.
“It has been widely reported by ABC News and other outlets that Michael Avenatti has been arrested in Los Angeles, California on charges of suspected felony domestic violence,” R. Christopher Di Mezzo, the state party’s communications director, said in a statement. “The Vermont Democratic Party has canceled Mr. Avenatti’s forthcoming scheduled appearances in Vermont, and will be refunding all ticket sales.”
Avenatti, who has been exploring a 2020 Democratic presidential bid, was set to appear with party officials in Burlington, Vt., on Friday and in White River Junction, Vt., on Saturday, according to the Burlington Free Press.
The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed Wednesday that detectives had arrested Avenatti, but multiple outlets reported the attorney had yet to be booked by officers.
Avenatti on Wednesday blasted the domestic violence allegations made against him.
“I have never been physically abusive in my life nor was I last night. Any accusations to the contrary are fabricated and meant to do harm to my reputation,” Avenatti said in a statement via his law office. “I look forward to being fully exonerated.”
For the creepy porn lawyer, it looks like it’s easy come, easy go.