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Attorney Michael Avenatti arrives at federal court in New York in 2019. Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP Attorney Michael Avenatti arrives at federal court in New York in 2019. Photo: Mark Lennihan/AP

Michael Avenatti can no longer afford to pay his attorneys in a criminal case accusing the brash California lawyer of stealing money from his former client Stormy Daniels, his attorney said in a motion to withdraw as counsel.

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Tom McParland

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