On Wednesday, the adult-film star and director announced on social media that she is launching a perfume/cologne called "Truth" with sex-centric retailer It's the Bomb.
Avenatti is representing Daniels in her lawsuit against the President, where she is claiming that a nondisclosure agreement she signed is void since Trump never signed it himself. The president has denied it.
Giuliani went on to dismiss Daniels on the basis of her profession. "Mr. Davidson's communications with Mr. Cohen were inconsistent with his obligations to Ms. Clifford, including his obligation to maintain client confidences and his duty of loyalty to Ms. Clifford", today's paperwork asserts.
The alleged dealings hurt Daniels, even though Davidson was obligated to hold loyalty to his client, and instead benefitted Cohen and Trump.
The complaint, filed by Daniels' new firebrand attorney Michael Avenatti, includes copies of alleged text messages between Davidson and Cohen over a three-month period ending in March.
It says the pair started working together in January after becoming aware of an article by In Touch magazine concerning Trump and Daniels, whose legal name is Stephanie Clifford. "She believes in her husband".
"In other words, Mr. Davidson abdicated his role as an advocate and fiduciary of his client".
"I'm not going to disagree with him on that", the president said with a shrug. "But Rudy is doing a very good job, actually", he said.
Daniels' legal professional Michael Avenatti replied by calling Giuliani a "misogynist" on Twitter.
The filing also contains extensive text messages between Cohen and Davidson from January 17 where the former is hot and heavy to get Stormy on with Sean, which he has "tentatively scheduled".
Trump in May admitted that he had reimbursed Cohen for $130,000 in hush money paid to Daniels to stop her from going public.
In a statement to CNN, Avenatti said Davidson's suit will be thrown out by a judge.