The trustee in charge of Michael Avenatti’s bankrupt law firm is seeking $1.3 million from a key figure who so far has avoided the publicity engulfing his namesake business: San Francisco attorney Michael Q. Eagan.

A new complaint accuses Eagan and his solo practice of accepting money from Avenatti between 2014 and 2016 that Eagan allegedly knew should have instead gone to Eagan Avenatti’s growing list of creditors.

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