Both President Donald Trump and prominent lawyer Michael Avenatti have been turned back, in one federal decision in Ohio, in their separate bids to grab chunks of a $450,000 settlement won by adult film actress Stormy Daniels in her 2018 false-arrest suit against the city of Columbus.

In an eight-page order, U.S. District Judge Michael Watson of the Southern District of Ohio denied Trump’s notice of registered foreign judgment seeking $293,052 of Daniels’ settlement, and tossed aside Avenatti’s notice of attorney lien seeking allegedly unpaid attorney fees from his previous, unrelated representation of Daniels.

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