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A federal judge in California has dismissed Stormy Daniels' defamation lawsuit against President Trump and Michael Cohen.
The lawsuit was dismissed with prejudice meaning that the case is dismissed permanently. This means Stormy can never bring this back to court, ever. Oddly, the request or motion was made by Michael Avenatti.
Michael Avenatti was apparently concerned with the reporting of Haberman so Haberman tweeted out the full document.
Avenatti filed a motion asking for the judge to grant the motion to dismiss the case with prejudice and the judge agreed. The portion of the lawsuit asking the judge to invalidate Ms. Daniels' non-disclosure agreement is still in court. However, it remains unclear how a non-disclosure agreement needs to be invalidated after the publicity tour Daniels and Avenatti have been on since the news broke.