This CNN star was released from prison for one jaw-dropping reason
Fake news CNN has a major credibility scandal on their hands.
The American people don’t trust the media because of outlets like CNN that lie and push hoax stories to destroy President Trump.
And now this CNN star was released from prison for one jaw-dropping reason.
Fake news CNN essentially turned over their network to celebrity lawyer Michael Avenatti in 2018 as he represented porn star Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit to free herself from a nondisclosure agreement she signed in 2016.
Daniels claimed an affair with President Trump and Avenatti appeared on cable news over 200 times. The majority of his appearances were on fake news CNN, promoting the outlandish claim that Daniels allegations could bring down President Trump because the payment accompanying the nondisclosure agreement violated campaign finance reporting laws.
Eventually the Justice Department closed the case with no charges being brought beyond former Trump fixer Michael Cohen and everyone forgot about Avenatti.
But then prosecutors in New York and Los Angeles indicted Avenatti on a series of financial crimes, which led to his arrest and imprisonment.
Now a federal judge just released Avenatti from prison because of the risk of contracting the coronavirus in prison.
ABC News reported:
Celebrity attorney Michael Avenatti, who represented adult film star Stormy Daniels in her lawsuit against President Donald Trump, was granted temporary release from jail by a California federal judge late Friday due to COVID-19.
Once released from the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City, Avenatti will be quarantined for 14 days at a Federal Bureau of Prisons facility to make sure he’s not infected with the coronavirus. After completing the mandatory quarantine, he will be allowed to travel to Los Angeles to stay at the home of a friend for 90 days.
Avenatti was once the biggest star on left-wing cable news as a near daily presence on CNN.
Now he is a convicted felon fleeing jail to avoid the coronavirus.