"It's unethical and there's going to be serious consequences," Michael Avenatti said of Stormy Daniels' former attorney's recent actions.
Adult star's lawyer says there is a lot of information "that did not make it into the final 60 Minutes."
Daniels's lawyer Michael Avenatti wants the Treasury Department to release the information by April 11.
"He has no response and he's hiding," Scarborough said of Trump.
The adult film star's lawyer, who has been on the talk show circuit, accused a Trump Organization attorney of "thuggish behavior."
The interview comes on the heels of Daniels's interview on "60 Minutes," where she alleged that she was threatened to keep quiet about President Donald Trump.
The comedian and actor was named in a lawsuit filed by Cathriona White's husband, Mark Burton.