Avenatti Denies 4Chan Prank Claims then Blocks Twitter Account

Last weekend, Avenatti claimed contact with a reliable woman with stories of sexual assault by Kavanaugh. A member of 4 chan claims Prank.

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Michael Avenatti went public with a third allegation after the release of Christine Ford’s claim she had been sexually abused by Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh over the weekend. Mr. Avenatti, the archetypal New York gigolo for the left and Attorney for wrinkles in high heels Storm Daniels, publicly announced he represents a woman with clout, a voice the American people will believe and that she would be moving forward either later this week or sometime in the next millennium with specifics.

My thoughts too, Rachel Maddow.

Avenatti told the Chief Counsel for nominations for the Senate Judiciary Committee on Sunday that he is “aware of significant evidence of multiple house parties in the Washington, D.C. area during the early 1980s, during which Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge and others would participate in the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs to allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them.”

The Attorney also made overtly tenuous claims, given the history of accusations so far, that he has (conned) brought with him “multiple witnesses that will corroborate the facts,” and would testify publicly.

One look at the fake tanned, thin-lipped veneer and your BS barometer may have triggered; his story hit a snag. This morning a member of the notoriously comical 4Chan.com came forward to plant a flag directly on Avenatti’s over-inflated ego.
4Chan Member Discuss Prank on Avenatti

According to the above, the unverified assertion stands that an appropriately assigned stripper contacted Stormy’s scalp shined Lawyer to set him up. If that’s true: what a dummy.

That a member of a site known for trolling takes responsibility may make sense considering the email between Michael Avenatti and Mike Davis, Chief Counsel for Nominations, noted events during which Brett Kavanaugh and friends regularly drugged and “gang-raped” women. The correspondence was proudly stamped across the Attorney’s Twitter account yesterday:

Avenatti claims “trains” are run on women by Kavenaugh and friends.

“We are aware of significant evidence of multiple house parties in the Washington, D.C. area during the early 1980s during which Brett Kavanaugh, Mark Judge and others would participate in the targeting of women with alcohol/drugs in order to allow a ‘train’ of men to subsequently gang rape them.”

However, as the story of a prank gained traction Michael jumped on the Internet to snap back that the narrative was false.

Whether the prank itself a dupe engineered to circumvent any delay is yet to be seen, the Senate Judiciary Committee just confirmed a vote for Kavanaugh on Friday, a day after hearing from Christine Ford. If Michael Avenatti is unable to give up the goods before then the Republican party could be in the clear. Considering Mr. Pearly Whites has blocked off his account since this morning I’m assuming he’s feeling less than chipper about his chances.
Update: Since yesterday, Mr. Avenatti has come forward with information on a third alleged victim. It is the popular belief of this writer and other news agencies that Mr. Avenatti may have worked to undermine the credibility of media sources such as ours. Either way the 4chan message itself was a hoax.

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