Michael Avenatti Claims to Represent Multiple Kavanaugh Clients, Says One Will Come Forward Within 48 Hours


Michael Avenatti further inserted himself into the Brett Kavanaugh fray Monday night — claiming that he represents multiple clients who have either witnessed or been the victim of sexual misconduct by Brett Kavanaugh.

In interviews which aired simultaneously on MSNBC and CNN, the attorney for Stormy Daniels said that one of his clients, whom he describes as both a witness and a victim, is prepared to come forward in the next 48 hours.

“This woman, when she does surface, will be found to be 100 percent credible by the American public,” Avenatti said. “I would not be representing her if I did not believe her.

“If anyone has been paying attention over the last six to seven months, they know that I do not traffic in nonsense or rumor,” the attorney said — while peddling a claim which is, for the moment, wholly unsubstantiated.

On CNN, Chris Cuomo asked the attorney if his as yet unnamed client will offer only her testimony, or if she’ll be able to “show something” in terms of evidence.”

“I think my client can do both,” Avenatti said.

Watch above, via CNN and MSNBC.

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