This possible 2020 candidate has a family member issue.

This possible 2020 candidate has a family member issue. That whole sugar daddy lifestyle is out there and documented and at least three members of a sports team have been interviewed by oppo teams who hooked up with the family member.

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This possible 2020 candidate has a family member issue.

That whole sugar daddy lifestyle is out there and documented and at least three members of a sports team have been interviewed by oppo teams who hooked up with the family member.

Michael Avenatti

wife Lisa-Storie Avenatti

Michael Avenatti’s estranged wife describes him as ‘hot-tempered’ and ’emotionally abusive’ in court documents detailing their high-profile divorce

Lisa Storie is Michael’s estranged wife who he is in the process of divorcing

In court documents she called him ‘hot-tempered’ and ‘verbally aggressive’

However, Storie has since taken back her claims saying ‘there was never any abuse, alleged or otherwise’

Their next court date is in July in Orange County, California

Avenatti filed for divorce in December, a month after his wife filed in Los Angeles

She had her application dismissed and now he is the petitioner of their divorce

They got married in 2011, have a three-year-old son and lived lavishly together

They recently sold their sprawling, $17million waterfront California home

Storie has not revealed the reason for their divorce but she wants it over

Avenatti told DailyMail.com last week his wife’s comments are ‘ridiculous’ – Source

Michael Avenatti’s Past Won’t Stop Him From Running in 2020

Avenatti’s practice fed an extravagant lifestyle, including a $19 million Newport Beach mansion, two private jets and collections of high-end watches and art. He competed in more than 30 professional sports-car races and counted two Ferraris as part of his fleet. “We formerly owned several other race cars. I do not know if we own any race cars at the present time,” his second wife, Lisa Storie-Avenatti, wrote in a divorce filing after he left her and their then 3-year-old son in October 2017. (Avenatti also has two teenage daughters from his first marriage.) He moved into a $14,000-per-month apartment after the split and didn’t leave her enough cash to pay the electric bill, she said in the filing, which estimates the family’s monthly costs–including a staff of nannies and housekeepers, as well as an assistant and a driver–at more than $200,000.

Avenatti, his second wife wrote, “is hot-tempered and used to having his way–when he doesn’t, he gets extremely loud and verbally aggressive.” In one December 2017 incident, he showed up and demanded to be let into the Newport Beach house, leading the police to be called, according to her legal filing. As part of their custody agreement, Storie-Avenatti asked that her husband be accompanied by a nanny whenever he had visitation time with their son. One of the last times he’d been alone with the child, she claimed, he sent the boy home alone with his driver, with no car seat.

“I have no desire to publicly attack the mother of my son,” Avenatti says in response. “But suffice it to say that I disagree with her characterizations.” Storie-Avenatti told TIME that the divorce is “not near finalized,” and declined further comment.

Home may be L.A., but Avenatti lives most of his nomadic existence on the road, preferably in five-star hotels. In June he met with TIME at the Park Hyatt on 57th Street in Manhattan. He had come to town to accompany Daniels to an interview with the local U.S. attorney’s office, but the feds canceled at the last minute, leaving him fuming. His suite was strewn with legal papers as well as a pair of strappy black high heels. Asked who they belonged to, he joked, “Ivanka–wouldn’t that be a story?”

Later, over lunch at the Manhattan restaurant Michael’s, Avenatti was asked if he considered himself a bully. He didn’t try to whitewash it. “Look, I can be aggressive at times,” he says. “I didn’t get to where I am by being a pushover, O.K.?” But like Trump, he prides himself on finishing fights other people start. “I don’t generally go after people offensively,” Avenatti says, “but if somebody comes after me, I will absolutely meet them every step of the way and then some, no question.” – Source