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Avenatti Teases Proof of Giuliani’s Porn Habits in Cryptic Tweet Praising ‘Power of the Internet’

Stormy Daniels‘ attention-seeking attorney Michael Avenatti is at it again, this time teasing another possible porn-related bombshell on Twitter.

On Sunday, Avenatti tweeted out this, without further explanation: “The sheer power of the Internet and Twitter never ceases to amaze me.”

His tweet also appeared to be a follow-up of an earlier tweet where Avenatti said he wanted to “test Mr. Rudy Giuliani’s claims of being adamantly against pornography and having no use for adult film stars.”

In that earlier tweet, Avenatti promised to publish any evidence of Trump’s lawyer voluntarily viewing porn.

As of Sunday afternoon, Avenatti has not tweeted out any further proof of either Giuliani’s porn habits or anything else he may have been referring to in the cryptic tweet tease. However, it is hardly the first time Daniels’ lawyer has used Twitter for his big reveal.

In May, Avenatti teased the revelation of dirt on Trump lawyer Michael Cohen.

Then, he wrote this on Twitter: “On April 9, the FBI raided Mr. Cohen’s home, office and hotel room. Within 48 hours, Mr. Cohen sent the below email to Mr. Davidson. Why? They had no ongoing legal matter at the time. Was it part of an attempt by Mr. Cohen to obstruct justice or worse?”

Underneath, as promised, was attached a Cohen email, which Avenatti told the Daily Mail he got when he demanded it from former Daniels’ lawyer, Keith Davidson.

UPDATE: Avenatti tweeted out folks should be looking out on his Instagram account.

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