Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti has been hit with a multi-million dollar bankruptcy judgment — and he's been accused of defaulting on back taxes as well.
The Los Angeles Times' Michael Finnegan reported Tuesday that Avenatti's firm has been charged a $10 million judgment in U.S. Bankruptcy Court.
Finnegan reported last week that Avenatti was also late on a $2 million installment of a $4.85 million debt he owes to his former law partner, Jason Frank.
Judge Catherine Bauer ordered the Eagan Avenatti law firm to pay the $10 million to Frank on Tuesday.
Avenatti described the story as "nonsense" on Twitter.
"Completely different law firm - no ties to Daniels case. Irrelevant. Over blown. Sensational reporting at its finest. Check the facts next time please and report accurately," he tweeted.
According to Avenatti's website, he co-founded Eagan Avenatti in 2007.
(Note: This article has been updated with Avenatti's response.)