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Avenatti accuser did not report any injuries in 911 call: report

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The woman who alleges she was abused by anti-Trump lawyer and activist Michael Avenatti did not report any injuries in the 911 call where she summoned the police, reports celebrity news site The Blast.

The Blast sources the report to a transcript of a 911 call made by actress Mareli Miniutti on the early morning hours of November 14.

Miniutti made her call at 12:28 am and alleged an incident occurred at Avenatti’s apartment in Los Angeles.

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“During the call, Miniutti did not discuss any alleged injuries she may have suffered. She also did not mention any weapons being involved with the incident,” the Blast reports.

Avenatti’s case has been sent to the Los Angeles City Attorney’s office because the District Attorney has decided the incident would not support a felony prosecution.

Avenatti was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence on the day of the alleged incident.

Miniutti claims Avenatti called her an “ungrateful f*cking b*tch” and “began forcefully hitting her in the face with pillows from the bed” while trying to throw her out of the apartment.

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GOP governors are refusing to do Trump’s bidding and ducking him on the campaign trail: report

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Courts have avoided refereeing between Congress and the president — Trump may change all that

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Trump declares himself the ‘greatest of all presidents’ in manic tweetstorm attacking Pelosi and Democrats

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Donald Trump broke out of his Twitter hibernation on Saturday afternoon just before flying off to Florida for a pair of fundraisers, and used the opportunity to declare himself the "greatest of all presidents."

Attacking House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for not passing his signature trade bill, Trump then went after Democrats for trying to impeach him -- saying they were making a big mistake.

On Twitter, the president wrote: ""Hard to believe, but if Nancy Pelosi had put our great Trade Deal with Mexico and Canada, USMCA, up for a vote long ago, our economy would be even better. If she doesn’t move quickly, it will collapse!"

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