Michael Avenatti was sentenced Thursday for attempting to extort $20 million from Nike. He will serve two-and-half years in prison.
“If you keep threatening the public with your woke elitist psychobabble the NCAA will not last much longer,” Sen. Rick Scott tweeted.
Even after a traumatic moment of devastating unrest, radical left-wing activists are now planning to do it all again if they don’t get their way.
Chaos is a defendant’s best friend. And Michael Avenatti is going to do his level best to make his trial about anything—and anyone—but his guilt or innocence.
The case in the Southern District of New York charges Michael Avenatti with multiple counts of extortion, and the case in California charges him with bank fraud and wire fraud.
Avenatti is facing charges in both New York and California for a smorgasbord of illegal activities, including extorting Nike.
When Greenpeace and its allies targeted our company, we decided to draw the line, unapologetically and forcefully defending our integrity.
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