Michael Avenatti Asks Twitter for ‘Evidence’ of Rudy Giuliani ‘Voluntarily’ Watching Porn

“We haven’t received anything yet but I’m highly confident that we will,” Avenatti tells TheWrap

Last Updated: June 9, 2018 @ 11:36 AM

Here’s a sentence you don’t get to read every day: Michael Avenatti wants proof that Rudy Giuliani watches porn.

On Saturday morning, Avenatti — the attorney for adult film start Stormy Daniels — asked his more than half-million followers to send him proof of the former New York City mayor “voluntarily” watching X-rated movies.

“I want to test Mr. Giuliani’s claims of being adamantly against pornography and having no use for adult film stars,” Avenatti tweeted. “If anyone can provide me with any evidence of him voluntarily viewing pornography, I will protect you as a source and publish it. Let’s PROVE the hypocrisy. #Basta”

Avenatti was responding to Giuliani’s remarks earlier this week that Daniels was not credible because she’s a porn star.

“You know, when Donald Trump was trying to get in the pants of my client, he didn’t tell my client that he disrespected her, or that she wasn’t credible or she wasn’t intelligent,” Avenatti told MSNBC’s Joy Reid on Saturday morning.

Reached by phone, Avenatti said he hasn’t gotten anything yet.

“I’m highly confident that we will,” he told TheWrap, “and we look forward to exposing Giuliani for his hypocrisy.”

On Wednesday, Giuliani said during a conference in Tel Aviv that Daniels lacks credibility because of her profession.

“I respect all human beings,” Giuliani said. “I even have to respect, you know, criminals. But I’m sorry, I don’t respect a porn star the way I respect a career woman or a woman of substance or a woman who has great respect for herself as a woman and as a person and isn’t going to sell her body for sexual exploitation.”

In response, Avenatti told CNN that, “Mr. Giuliani is an absolute pig for making those comments, he’s basically stating that women that engage in the adult film industry and other forms of pornography don’t have reputations and are not entitled to respect.”

Avenatti later apologized… to the pig.