Michael Avenatti's law firm was ordered to be expelled from his office in California over unpaid rent after the referee dismissed his attempt to block the raid, the latest backlash for the policeman arrested for housekeeping charges earlier this week.
The lawyer and his company were ordered to lead a Newport Beach office building after the court asserted its previous verdict that ordered to move out, the Los Angeles Times reported.
His law firm – Eagan Avenatti – was sued after having received four month rent payments totaling $ 213,000.
The landlord for the office building, Irvine Co, won the case last month and ordered Avenida's company to move the premises before November 1st.
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Avenatti then requested a ban, which delayed the exclusion of Friday's hearing. He claims, on behalf of Avenatti & Associates, another company he owns that he had an "oral lease with the landlord", a claim the landlord denied.
Avenatti was an exhibition at both hearings.
The highest judge in Orange County, Robert J. Moss, asked the landlord's attorney if he heard from Avenatti, which he responded saying he spoke on Tuesday but not heard again.
"There were other events that turned out so I have not heard from him since then," said Mark Kompa, lawyer.
Avenatti told the times that the expulsion of his company is a "non-event" because they "were already moving".
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This is the latest backlash for the ambitious lawyer who fled openly to run to president in 2020 before being affected by the avalanche of legal, financial and personal problems.
Avenatti was booked for a crime against secret violence on Wednesday after a woman – whose name remains unknown – submitted a violence report.
He has denied allegations of domestic violence and released after sending $ 50,000 the sponsor and has said he is looking forward to the investigation that cleans his name.
Last month, he met with two scrutiny references for his role in pushing allegations against Kavanaugh, with Senate Executive Committee chairman Chuck Grassley, who accused Avenatti of conspiracy to give false statements to Congress.
A court of law has also recently ordered Avenatti to pay out almost $ 5 million to a lawyer at his former law firm.