California’s state bar late Monday announced that it has moved to suspend Michael Avenatti’s bar license in light of his legal troubles in Los Angeles and New York.

A 573-page petition filed with the state bar court’s office in Los Angeles argues that the Southern California lawyer should be placed on “involuntary inactive” status because he has caused “substantial harm” and there is a “reasonable probability” Avenatti will be disbarred.

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