The number of companies that pulled ads from Tucker Carlson’s Fox News show is reportedly up to at least 6 in response to the anchor’s recent comments on immigration.

They are Pacific Life — which we told you about last week — along with Indeed.com, Smile Direct Club, Bowflex, Nerd Wallet and Minted:

Carlson addressed the controversy last night, saying the ad boycott “won’t work for the show, we are not intimidated” and “We plan to say what’s true until the last day”:

And right on cue, attorney Michale Avenatti attempted to get even with Tucker, who famously called him a “creepy porn lawyer”:

Remember this?

Prediction: This nickname won’t stick and Tucker won’t get fired, but other than that, good tweet, Michael.

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