Speaking at an event in West Hollywood, California, on Thursday evening, Avenatti said that three more women also received payoffs from Trump associates during the 2016 campaign, and that he has taken the three women on as clients, according to a report by Los Angeles TV station KABC.
"Like a small-town carnival magician who attempts to confuse the audience with smoke and mirrors, Avenatti attempts to somehow justify his conduct by pulling the first amendment out of his tiny bag of tricks while at the same time pointing his finger at others", Blakely wrote in requesting the order.
Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, is suing Trump to invalidate a non-disclosure agreement that prevents her from discussing their alleged intimate relationship that began in 2006. Trump has denied the encounter.
Cohen and his lawyer pushed for the gag order against Avenatti, who has been become ubiquitous in media appearances and political punditry circles since his case gained mainstream coverage.
Before the two parted, Avenatti accused Dershowitz of working for Trump, saying, "I want to know about the relationship between you and Donald Trump". "If you had been in my class you would not have had the conversation with Michael Cohen". "It's an interesting case". "They were nearly laughed out of court".
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He also entertained nearly no oral argument on the other key issue of the hearing - whether to extend the stay on the case for another 90 days - as Cohen requested - or to allow it to move forward, at least in part, as Avenatti has asked. "They have absolutely no merit".
His lawyer, Brent Blakely, argued that Avenatti's frequent interviews and near-daily tweets about Trump and Cohen could taint future jurors.
Crain's attorney says they've tried to serve Daniels but have been unable to make contact.
The Daniels lawsuit has been put on hold by a federal judge in Los Angeles, due to the criminal investigation of Cohen being carried out by federal prosecutors in New York, according to The New York Times.
"And that is because there's a significant interest, and there should be, because this is about a cover-up at the highest level of our government, which is always an incredibly important thing in the United States". "It's their information. They decide what information gets released and when it gets released".