Creepy Porn Lawyer Avenatti FREED from Jail for 90 Days

(PoliticalLookout.Com)- Michael Avenatti, the celebrity attorney who represented porn star Stormy Daniels in her failed case against President Trump, has been freed from prison for 90 days amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The criminal lawyer (that is, a lawyer who is a criminal, and not a lawyer representing criminals!) was previously denied an opportunity to be released early from the Manhattan Correctional Facility in New York, but the worsening effects of the pandemic have turned things around.

CNN reported last week that Avenatti will be set free from the prison for 90 days while authorities attempt to get the pandemic under control. However, Avenatti will be required to spend a further two weeks in jail just to be sure that he isn’t already infected with the coronavirus.

After those two weeks, Avenatti will be sent back to California where he is expected to stay at a friend’s property in Venice.

Many may be unhappy to learn that criminals like Avenatti are being freed from prison, however, the current social distancing guidelines means he is unlikely to have a particularly great time. Avenatti will not be out in Venice enjoying restaurants, nightlife, and nature. Instead, he’ll be trapped indoors like everybody else until at least May 15. Depending on how the virus continues to spread, these guidelines may even remain in place for the rest of the summer.

Not only will Avenatti be required to abide by the strict stay-at-home order in Los Angeles County, but he will also need to wear a monitoring device that monitors his use of the internet. The infamous lawyer will not even be allowed to use the internet while stuck at home in his friend’s house.

Some weeks ago, Avenatti attempted to plead his case that being freed from the prison was justified as he was at risk of contracting the virus. However, District Judge James Senna ruled at the time that there was “no basis to release Avenatti on medical grounds.”

This may be a temporary escape for Avenatti, but after attempting to extort sports brand Nike out of millions of dollars, he isn’t expected to be a free man any time soon. Though he has already been found guilty, the lawyer is still waiting to be sentenced and could be facing decades in prison.