Attorney Michael Avenatti said the woman is willing to come forward to assist the FBI with its investigation.
Kavanaugh accuser's lawyer made the comment after Trump described him as a low-life yet again.
Michael Avenatti said he had verified the claim.
Butch Groves, the head of the upper school at the Oakridge School in Arlington, Texas, was suspended indefinitely after sending a direct message to attorney Michael Avenatti calling him a "f***ing douche bag."
"The nomination must be withdrawn," said Avenatti, amid evidence he claimed to have of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh having plied women with drugs and alcohol while in high school.
Attorney Michael Avenatti suggested Sunday that Dr. Christine Blasey Ford may not be "alone" in her accusations against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
The Fox News broadcast on Thursday referred to Avenatti as the "Creepy Porn Lawyer" during his interview with Tucker Carlson.
"Oh, you busted me. Actually, maybe humiliation porn. That's why I watch you on CNN," Carlson said.
"We must send a message that we will fight to make America America again," the lawyer tweeted on Sunday.
"People should stop speaking for her," Daniels said of Melania Trump and speculation surrounding her.
"The president is in in a lot of trouble," Avenatti said.
Cohen's lawyer said that if it was a crime for his client to make a $130,000 payment to Stormy Daniels, and a separate payment to cover up an alleged affair with "Playboy" model Karen McDougal at Trump's "direction," then the president should be considered just "as guilty."
"I think there's a huge appetite within the party for a fighter," Avenatti said. "And for many, I'm probably seen as that individual."
"Has anyone seen that check from Mexico that was going to pay for the ridiculous wall?" Avenatti tweeted.
The lawyer pulled out his best Clinton impression as he denied his relationship with Daniels was anything other than professional.
While Trump regularly uses Twitter to go after his critics, he's been uncharacteristically silent about Avenatti.
"Cohen has evidence and info in his possession and it must be released to the public. Now!" Avenatti tweeted.
"It's total nonsense," Dershowitz said of Avenatti's predictions.
"If he was prepared to do the right thing and come clean and basically turn state's evidence, I would absolutely consider it," Avenatti said of representing Cohen.
"I know for a fact that this is not the only tape," Avenatti said after it emerged that Cohen had recorded Trump discussing a payment to an ex-Playboy model.
The performer was arrested last week but charges were dropped.
"Me, myself and I do not qualify as 'so many people at the higher ends of intelligence.'"
Michael Avenatti said he would consider running against Donald Trump in 2020 because America can't afford to "relive 2016."