https://www.justice.gov/usao-cdca/press-release/file/1153526/download ttps://www.cnn.com/2019/05/22/politics/read-avenatti-indictments-charged-stealing/index.html https://www.justice.gov/usao-cdca/p...al-grand-jury-indictment-accuses-him-stealing The interesting charges in my estimation follow below. The Bank Fraud Charges Avenatti faces two counts of bank fraud stemming from an alleged scheme in which he submitted bogus financial information to obtain three loans totaling $4.1 million from The People’s Bank, a federally insured financial institution in Mississippi. As previously alleged in the criminal complaint, Avenatti submitted personal tax returns that had never been filed with the IRS, but the indictment further alleges that he submitted documents to the bank that overstated the resources of the Eagan Avenatti law firm. For example, the indictment accuses Avenatti of submitting a balance sheet for the law firm stating that the law firm, on March 10, 2014, had $508,200 in its operating account, when in fact the account held slightly more than $43,000. Avenatti also allegedly submitted to the bank a partnership tax return for Eagan Avenatti for 2012 that was different from the return actually submitted to the IRS in that the return provided to the bank reported close to $8 million in additional business income. The federal prosecutors claim he hasn't filed a return since 2010. tps://dailycaller.com/2019/03/27/federal-prosecutors-michael-avenatti-no-taxes-since-2010/ The federal charges are easily disprovable: 1. Mr. Avanatti will produce the bank records issued by the bank having his operating account proving that the firm had $508,200 on deposit. 2. Similarly, Mr. Avanatti will produce canceled checks for tax payments for the years the government claims he did not file returns. 3. If Mr. Avanatti had a CPA prepare the tax returns, he will produce the CPA (if not deceased) and the CPA's records of preparations and submissions of tax returns.