CrimeEx-Brevard assistant state attorney faces stalking, extortion charges
Avenatti says he expects to be indicted within 48 hours
Attorney Michael Avenatti said Tuesday that he expects to be indicted on charges related to his March arrest within 48 hours.In a statement released on his Twitter account, which is currently set to private, the attorney who formerly represented Stormy Daniels in her defamation suit against President Trump tweeted that the charges against him were "bogus" and that he intended to fight them in court."I intend on fighting these bogus/ legally baseless allegations, and will plead not guilty to ALL CHARGES. I look forward to the trial where I can begin to clear my name," Avenatti wrote.
A former Brevard County assistant state attorney appeared before a county judge Thursday after being charged with stalking.
Patrick James Landy Jr. was charged with extortion in addition to aggravated stalking, court records show.
Landy, 27, of Melbourne worked with the state attorney’s office from June 2017 until Jan. 22. The judge issued an arrest warrant Wednesday set a $10,000 pending the first court appearance and ordered Landy to have no contact with the victim, the victim’s family or former roommate, records show.
determined that between October 2018 and May 2019, Landy was targeting a victim through stalking and extortion.
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No other details were available.
The state attorney’s office is already requesting a special executive appointment from Gov. Ron DeSantis so that prosecutors from another jurisdiction or district can pursue the case.
It was not immediately known why Landy left his job with the state attorney's office.
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