Michael Avenatti's House

Michael Avenatti's House


Newport Beach, California (CA), US
Michael Avenatti is an attorney and professional race car driver, who owns this house. His firm has represented various celebrity defendants and has filed suits against Fortune 100 companies. Avenatti is a familiar face to many as he has appeared on broadcast television as well as in print as a legal commentator and as a representative for prominent clients, making him a bit of a celebrity lawyer in his own way. His other job is driving race cars. Avennati has participated in races in the United States and Europe.

Avenatti represented adult-film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuits against President Donald Trump in an attempt to void a non-disclosure agreement she had allegedly signed. Avenatti also represented Daniels in a related defamation suit against Trump. In September 2018 Avenatti introduced a written declaration accusing then-nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh of spiking drinks at parties for the purpose of allowing girls to be gang raped when he was in high school. The accuser later repudiated the declaration in an interview with NBC News, claiming Avenatti had misrepresented her allegations; Kavanaugh was subsequently confirmed to the Court. Both of these high profile cases have given Avenatti quite the reputation as a high profile lawyer.

Michael Avenatti has a net worth of $8 million. According to court documents from Michael's 2017 divorce from ex-wife Lisa-Storie Avenatti, the couple's expenses top $65,000 each month. Their payments include a Ferrari Spyder, a Mercedes G-Wagon, a private plane and pilot, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and $12,000 on nannies for their son. They spent $100,000 a month for their home in Newport Beach and $14,000 per month for an apartment in Los Angeles. Their Newport Beach home is estimated to be worth $17 million. In December 2018 it was reported that Avenatti had been forced to sell his Ferrari, five watches and his share in the private jet to pay down $2 million worth of divorce debts. Though he denied the allegations, it seems Avennatti has not prioritized saving his cash flow.
Michael Avenatti is an attorney and professional race car driver, who owns this house. His firm has represented various celebrity defendants and has filed suits against Fortune 100 companies. Avenatti is a familiar face to many as he has appeared on broadcast television as well as in print as a legal commentator and as a representative for prominent clients, making him a bit of a celebrity lawyer in his own way. His other job is driving race cars. Avennati has participated in races in the United States and Europe.

Avenatti represented adult-film actress Stormy Daniels in her lawsuits against President Donald Trump in an attempt to void a non-disclosure agreement she had allegedly signed. Avenatti also represented Daniels in a related defamation suit against Trump. In September 2018 Avenatti introduced a written declaration accusing then-nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court Brett Kavanaugh of spiking drinks at parties for the purpose of allowing girls to be gang raped when he was in high school. The accuser later repudiated the declaration in an interview with NBC News, claiming Avenatti had misrepresented her allegations; Kavanaugh was subsequently confirmed to the Court. Both of these high profile cases have given Avenatti quite the reputation as a high profile lawyer.

Michael Avenatti has a net worth of $8 million. According to court documents from Michael's 2017 divorce from ex-wife Lisa-Storie Avenatti, the couple's expenses top $65,000 each month. Their payments include a Ferrari Spyder, a Mercedes G-Wagon, a private plane and pilot, restaurants, shopping, entertainment and $12,000 on nannies for their son. They spent $100,000 a month for their home in Newport Beach and $14,000 per month for an apartment in Los Angeles. Their Newport Beach home is estimated to be worth $17 million. In December 2018 it was reported that Avenatti had been forced to sell his Ferrari, five watches and his share in the private jet to pay down $2 million worth of divorce debts. Though he denied the allegations, it seems Avennatti has not prioritized saving his cash flow.
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