CNN reported that court filings from the U.S. attorney’s office for the Central District of California accused the celebrity lawyer of violating “the conditions of his temporary release by using his third-party custodian Jay Manheimer’s internet-accessible computer to draft his last five filings in this case.”

“At a minimum, defendant and his counsel have not been candid with this Court,” prosecutors continued, alleging that Avenatti used a computer owned by his friend, Jay Manheimer, to access the internet in order to write and file motions in his case.