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U.S. says Michael Avenatti's 'agenda' was to extort Nike, as trial nears end

Reuters Tuesday, 11 February 2020
Michael Avenatti had an "agenda" to shake down Nike Inc for millions of dollars by threatening to tar the apparel company with corruption allegations, a prosecutor said on Tuesday near the end of the celebrity lawyer's extortion trial.
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