Tyrese’s Attorney Drops Out, Actor May Represent Himself In Court

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Tyrese's Attorney Drops Out, Actor May Represent Himself In Court

Tyrese Gibson

Tyrese May Represent Himself In Court

Tyrese Gibson’s lawyer Terry Levich Ross has filed for a substitution of attorney, according to reports. He will no longer be representing the ‘Fast & Furious’ actor and if Tyrese does not find an attorney by Tuesday, he may be forced to represent himself.

Tyrese and ex wife Norma Gibson are expected to attend a hearing on Tuesday. As previously reported, Norma is seeking a permanent restraining order against Tyrese, claiming he beat their 10-year-old daughter Shayla.

A source close to the ongoing legal battle says that as of now, Tyrese will act as his own lawyer.

Over the weekend, Tyrese took to social media, admitting that the legal battle had taken on toll on him and he had been on prescription drugs, which contributed to his public meltdown.

To date, an investigation into allegations of child abuse has been dropped. No additional details about the case have been shared.

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  • frankiestage

    Hope someone in Tyrese’ family is keeping an eye on him. Be sure he’s holding things together mentally.

  • Renee

    I hope he knows what he is doing. There’s an old saying that a person who represents himself in court has a fool for a client.

    • Madge

      Well he was a fool before he decided to represent himself.

  • Wreckognize Game

    I’m starting to think that since he is sabotaging his movie opportunities so he can petition the court to reduce his child support payments. If he no longer earns that income then he can request a decrease.