Get ready to shower! ‘The View’ divas prod Avenatti to talk about his sex fantasies. Meghan’s face says it all.

Besides defending shameless porn stars like Stormy Daniels, attorney Michael Avenatti also appears to enjoy speaking publicly about his sex life. The American people learned this firsthand — and much to their  dismay — when Avenatti appeared Friday on ABC’s “The View.”

During the episode co-host Joy Behar decided for some inexplicable reason to not only talk about sex, but also ask Avenatti about his sex fantasies in particular. Riveting stuff, folks. Riveting stuff.

Watch what happened below if you can stomach it. If not, you’re not alone:

“A survey posted in psychology today wanted to find out why people fantasize about sex. The answers range from, you know, duh, sexual arousal and to meeting unfulfilled needs and being bored with the person you’re with. Michael, do you have these fantasies or what?” Behar initially said.

Given as Avenatti’s a veritable genius, of course he replied by first blurting out, “Well, well, to be clear, unlike Ted Cruz and Tucker Carlson, I actually believe in sex.”


He referenced Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and Fox News host Tucker Carlson, both of whom happen to be fathers, as noted by co-host Meghan McCain.

“How does Tucker Carlson not believe in sex? He has five kids, he definitely believes in sex. Tucker Carlson has a bunch of children. I don’t know what that means,” she said.

Nor does anybody else, Meghan. Nor does anybody else.

And then Avenatti said this doozy: “But all of my sexual fantasies involve handcuffs.

McCain’s poignant reaction says it all:

Meghan McCain expressing the disgust felt by millions of Americans.

Pretty much …

Avenatti went on to admit that his fantasies involve him handcuffing his partner to something. Behar responded by saying, “I think I’d like to put the handcuffs on Donald Trump.”

It’s unclear whether she meant that in a literal sense — as in her arresting Trump — or in a sexual sense. Hmmm. Given her attraction to older men, particularly political figures, anything’s possible, right?

McCain then eloquently summed up how she felt about the whole discussion — and how, in fact, most Americans likely felt as well: “A special version of my hell is being on this panel talking about sex.”


While the discussion was indeed disgusting, it wasn’t surprising given what’s known about Avenatti. He’s a certified sleazeball and “walking train wreck of a lawyer” who seems willing to do anything for attention, including talk publicly about his sex life.


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