Stormy Daniels’ lawyer, Michael Avenatti, said that if James Woods “keeps playing games,” he would be next. On Twitter, Avenatti insinuated that he had dirt on the controversial Hollywood actor, Woods.
On Saturday morning, James criticized Mr. Avenatti and the attorney-at-law threatened to expose his “#MeToo issues,” if James kept attacking him online.
James, ever since the 2016 election, has been outspoken in his condemnation of the Democratic party as well as Hillary Clinton, while slowly becoming a Trump supporter in the process.
During an interview whilst the protests in London went on, James Woods, referring to the “Baby Trump,” blimp, said Stormy was the “real diapered, hot air balloon.”
After James criticized Michael and Stormy, Avenatti said he would expose James’ problems of alleged sexual harassment and assault if he didn’t stop talking. You can see the tweet below where Avenatti claims women have sought his representation in matters of sexual assault and harassment.
Micheal told James to back off, otherwise, he would be the next Hollywood figure to suffer the fate of the likes of Harvey Weinstein and Kevin Spacey.
Has Been Jimbo: You know what I love? Every time you pop off about me, one or two more women contact my ofc and describe your harassment/assault of them and #MeToo issues, seeking representation. Keep playing games and you will be next. I promise. #Basta
— Michael Avenatti (@MichaelAvenatti) July 14, 2018
As you may know, Woods has been very vocal in his support for the president, Donald Trump, who was sued by Stormy Daniels. The potential case against James isn’t the only problem he has had in recent months.
Just a week ago, James said his agent dropped him, stating that he was feeling “patriotic.” His agent, Ken Kaplan, sent him an email, and James uploaded it on Twitter, calling him a “political liberal.”
And Avenatti, Stormy’s attorney, claims he would run against Trump in the next 2020 presidential election if the president decided to run again, which he probably will. Avenatti said he “loves this country,” and doesn’t want to see Donald Trump corrupt its values. This comes after Donald visited the United Kingdom, a visit protested by some Londoners.