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Michael Avenatti was $15 million in debt when he extorted Nike, prosecutors say

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And embattled Orange County lawyer calls the latest allegations against him ridiculous absurd and laughable prosecutors say California attorney Michael Levin now he was more than fifteen million dollars in debt when he tried to extort up to twenty five million dollars from Nike but having all these lawyers say the money he legally requested to conduct an internal probe of the sportswear giant was a bargain both sides court papers filed in advance of a January twenty second criminal trial in Manhattan for Allen Audi it is the first of three scheduled trials in the next five months the former attorney for adult film star stormy Daniels has denied all charges that Piper CBS