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He also pleaded with the? early in the week, Jesus certainly will not say,"The pope has used the phrase "ideological colonization" in the past to denounce what he says are attempts by rich countries to link development aid to the acceptance of social policies such as allowing gay marriage and contraception. “Avenatti’s got balls.A. where Avenatti lives To turn around Daniels’ case Avenatti proposed an aggressive media push He arranged a blockbuster 60 Minutes interview and set about tormenting Trump and Cohen on cable and Twitter The strategy was a success: Daniels is not only a household name but also a hero to millions of women who now routinely outnumber men at her strip shows If the strategy had the added benefit of making Avenatti famous he says that was only to help his client “The people that are critical of our media strategy generally fall into one of two camps” he says “Either they’re jealous or they’re extremely concerned” Avenatti first vaulted to fame for his work on behalf of Daniels Drew Angerer—Getty Images Avenatti teamed up with Daniels at a particularly challenging moment in his peripatetic life Born in Sacramento he had a comfortable but transient upbringing The family moved often for his father’s job as an Anheuser-Busch manager landing in the suburbs of St Louis by the time he was a teenager His most formative experience he says was seeing his father get laid off in 1989 after 30 years of loyal service “That was his identity” Avenatti says At 83 his father still works full time Like Trump Avenatti was a transfer student who graduated from the University of Pennsylvania He spent time during college working as a dirt-digging operative flying around the country researching candidates for the consulting firm run by Rahm Emanuel the bare-knuckled former White House chief of staff Avenatti says he worked on more than 150 campaigns both Democratic and Republican including the unsuccessful effort to defeat then Republican Senator Arlen Specter in 1992 in part by dredging up details of unsavory clients Specter had represented as a criminal-defense lawyer Avenatti applied to law school at George Washington University in DC but was waitlisted and entered the night-school program in 1996 instead His first-year torts professor the legal scholar Jonathan Turley saw a rare gift in him “We can teach many things in law school” Turley says “What we cannot teach is instinct” After graduating Avenatti moved to the West Coast In 2007 he co-founded what’s known as a “plaintiff contingency firm” taking lawsuits on spec and getting paid only if the litigation succeeded–a risky proposition for complicated cases that can take years to settle But the firm notched big wins: a $39 million settlement on behalf of two executives who’d sued their former employer; an $805 million class-action settlement on behalf of Jews whose remains had been dumped in a mass grave by the LA cemetery where they were buried Over the course of his career Avenatti says he’s reaped over $1 billion in verdicts and settlements The $1 billion figure however is heavily padded by settlements that were substantially reduced on appeal In 2009 Avenatti won a nearly $40 million verdict in a fraud case against the accounting firm KPMG; three years later the New Jersey supreme court threw out the verdict In 2016 Avenatti was featured in a 60 Minutes investigation of defective Kimberly-Clark surgical gowns which he alleged were endangering the medical workers who wore them But the $450 million in punitive damages he won in the case was later reduced to just over $20 million Avenatti has been plagued by disputes with current and former partners In July 2011 one partner John O’Malley sued Avenatti and another partner Michael Eagan claiming the two had failed to pay him his portion of partnership fees after forcing him out of the firm Avenatti and Eagan countered that O’Malley had mismanaged and lied to clients O’Malley got $27 million in a settlement according to the Los Angeles Times Neither O’Malley nor Eagan responded to requests for comment Avenatti declined to comment on the settlement details Five years later Jason Frank a former nonequity partner at Avenatti’s firm sued for nearly $15 million in back pay according to court documents obtained by TIME Frank also claimed that Avenatti as managing partner had failed to provide him with copies of the firm’s tax returns and that it misstated its profits In February 2017 a month before the arbitration trial was to start a judicial panel found that the firm had maliciously and fraudulently concealed its revenue numbers In December 2017 Avenatti’s firm reached a $10 million settlement with Frank who agreed to receive less than half that if the first two installments were made on time They weren’t On Oct 22 a California judge ordered Avenatti who had personally guaranteed the first two payments to pay Frank $485 million The same day his firm was evicted from its office in a Newport Beach building for allegedly failing to pay rent for the past four months according to court documents Eagan Avenatti still owes Frank $10 million according to Frank’s attorney Eric George Avenatti claims Frank was a disgruntled former employee who had conspired to steal the firm’s clients Filings in a related bankruptcy case show that Avenatti’s firm had tax troubles Court documents dated January 2018 reveal that Avenatti had paid $15 million of an outstanding $24 million tax liability but that the firm still owed the IRS approximately $880000 Federal attorneys claimed in May that Avenatti had missed the first installment of that payment Avenatti says his firm has “fully satisfied” all of its tax liabilities The US attorney’s office in LA declined to comment It wasn’t just fellow lawyers with whom Avenatti had troubles In 2013 Avenatti teamed up with the actor Patrick Dempsey to buy the Seattle-based coffee chain Tully’s But just two months after they finalized the deal Dempsey sued to get out of the partnership claiming in court that Avenatti had borrowed $2 million to help buy the company without telling him Avenatti had purchased the Tully’s chain through a company he established in December 2012 called Global Baristas In 2017 the IRS claimed Global Baristas owed $5 million in federal taxes In March 2018 Tully’s closed all its stores One attorney who previously sued Tully’s in a real estate dispute David Nold filed a complaint with the California state bar in March 2018 alleging that Avenatti had purchased Tully’s as part of a scheme to avoid millions in tax payments Nold alleged that Avenatti used payments from Global Baristas to pay for the lawyers representing Eagan Avenatti in its bankruptcy proceedings The California state bar referred the complaint for investigation in April according to documents reviewed by TIME Nold and the California bar declined to comment Although Washington State documents list Avenatti as the sole governor of Global Baristas LLC Avenatti says he sold the company for $27 million “a long time ago” (he doesn’t remember when) and had nothing to do with the company’s recent issues He denies he hid any loans from Dempsey As for the Nold complaint Avenatti says that it was unfounded and that Nold had an ax to grind because of the Tully’s suit (In the Tully’s suit Avenatti notes Nold was fined $20000 for contempt of court for spreading misinformation about him during the proceedings) He says he has filed a complaint against Nold in Washington State “He’ll be lucky if he has a license to practice law in three months” Avenatti says Avenatti’s practice fed an extravagant lifestyle including a $19 million Newport Beach mansion two private jets and collections of high-end watches and art He competed in more than 30 professional sports-car races and counted two Ferraris as part of his fleet “We formerly owned several other race cars I do not know if we own any race cars at the present time” his second wife Lisa Storie-Avenatti wrote in a divorce filing after he left her and their then 3-year-old son in October 2017 (Avenatti also has two teenage daughters from his first marriage) He moved into a $14000-per-month apartment after the split and didn’t leave her enough cash to pay the electric bill she said in the filing which estimates the family’s monthly costs–including a staff of nannies and housekeepers as well as an assistant and a driver–at more than $200000 Avenatti his second wife wrote “is hot-tempered and used to having his way–when he doesn’t he gets extremely loud and verbally aggressive” In one December 2017 incident he showed up and demanded to be let into the Newport Beach house leading the police to be called according to her legal filing As part of their custody agreement Storie-Avenatti asked that her husband be accompanied by a nanny whenever he had visitation time with their son One of the last times he’d been alone with the child she claimed he sent the boy home alone with his driver with no car seat “I have no desire to publicly attack the mother of my son” Avenatti says in response “But suffice it to say that I disagree with her characterizations” Storie-Avenatti told TIME that the divorce is “not near finalized” and declined further comment Home may be LA, July 20.

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