Meghan McCain Loses It: " We Owe Stormy Daniels An Apology"
A federal judge in Los Angeles dismissed a lawsuit brought by adult-film actress Stormy Daniels to end a hush-money agreement she had with U.S. President Donald Trump, court papers showed.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, filed a lawsuit in March 2018 to rescind a nondisclosure agreement that kept her from discussing her alleged 2006 sexual relationship with Trump in the final weeks before the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
President Trump denied having a relationship with Daniels but his former lawyer, who was facing tax evasion charges, said that the money was to help secure the White House for Trump. A statement he thought would help him get a lighter sentence but even the courts didn't buy his desperate claim.
After losing her case a California judge ordered Stormy Daniels to pay President Donald Trump nearly $300,000 in attorney's fees on Tuesday over a defamation suit dismissed in October.
Her skeezy lawyer, Michael Avenatti was brought up on charges this week for stealing about $300,000 from the former porn star. The release of this new information has 'The View' co-host, Meghan McCain, feeling sympathy for Daniels. She shockingly said, "we owe Stormy Daniels an apology".
A statement that was so ridiculous that even super liberal, Joy Behar asked her why. Whoopi Goldberg was equally shocked proclaiming "Seriously, man?!?". Take a look:
AVENATTI CHARGED WITH DEFRAUDING STORMY: The co-hosts react to lawyer Michael Avenatti being charged for allegedly stealing $300,000 from his former client Stormy Daniels. https://t.co/AeExrBrWkO pic.twitter.com/NHA9cG3R4X
— The View (@TheView) May 24, 2019
NBC: Prosecutors accused Avenatti of spending the money lavishly, including monthly payments on a Ferrari.
“Michael Avenatti abused and violated the core duty of an attorney — the duty to his client," according to a statement by U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman.
"As alleged, he used his position of trust to steal an advance on the client’s book deal. As alleged, he blatantly lied to and stole from his client to maintain his extravagant lifestyle, including to pay for, among other things, a monthly car payment on a Ferrari," Berman said. "Far from zealously representing his client, Avenatti, as alleged, instead engaged in outright deception and theft, victimizing rather than advocating for his client.”
The lawyer quickly responded, saying on Twitter: "No monies relating to Ms. Daniels were ever misappropriated or mishandled. She received millions of dollars worth of legal services and we spent huge sums in expenses. She directly paid only $100.00 for all that she received. I look forward to a jury hearing the evidence."