Adult-film star Stormy Daniels and her attorney, Michael Avenatti, said Sunday that they have mended their public rift ahead of court hearings in their cases against President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump's newest Russia adviser, Andrew Peek, leaves post: report Hawley expects McConnell's final impeachment resolution to give White House defense ability to motion to dismiss Trump rips New York City sea wall: 'Costly, foolish' and 'environmentally unfriendly idea' MORE and Michael Cohen.

"Pleased that Michael and I have sorted shit out and we know the accounting is on the up and up. We are going to kick ass together on two coasts tomorrow," Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, wrote on Twitter.

Avenatti later echoed Daniels's message and shared that he would be in court in California on Monday to represent her in her case against Cohen, the president's former personal attorney.

Daniels has sued Trump and Cohen to void a nondisclosure agreement related to an alleged 2006 affair between the adult-film star and the president. She later filed a defamation suit against both men for their comments about her first complaint.


In a statement last week to The Daily Beast, Daniels said Avenatti had filed the defamation lawsuit without her permission and asserted that the attorney had not been forthcoming about details related to her legal defense fund.

A federal judge in October dismissed the defamation lawsuit, and attorneys for Trump are now requesting that Daniels pay them $340,000 in legal fees related to the case.

Avenatti said on Twitter on Monday that any attorneys fees awarded in the case "are but a small fraction of what Trump & Cohen will owe Stormy in the main NDA case."

Since the original complaints were filed, Cohen has been embroiled in additional legal troubles. He pleaded guilty earlier this year to tax fraud and to violating campaign finance laws by paying Daniels and one other woman during the 2016 campaign at the president's direction.

Last week, Cohen agreed to cooperate with the special counsel’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and pleaded guilty to one count of making false statements to Congress related to his testimony about communications with Russia during the 2016 race.

"My client and I hope that he is sentenced to the absolute maximum federal penitentiary time allowable," Avenatti said of Cohen. "Michael Cohen and his attorney Brent Blakely are trying to avoid him testifying about the truth, about what really happened in connection with his fraud against the American people others."

-Updated 2:20 p.m.