Tyrese May Have To Represent Himself After Lawyer Reportedly Quits

Tyrese May Have To Represent Himself After Lawyer Reportedly Quits


Tyrese May Have To Represent Himself

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After weeks of troubling behavior on Instagram and in real life, Tyrese could be heading to court alone. According to Page Six, sources close to the singer/actor have let it slip that his attorney, Levich Ross, has left him. Supposedly, Ross filed for substitution of attorney, putting Tyrese in a precarious situation at a bad moment.  His former attorney has offered no comment on the matter at this time.

Tyrese and his ex-wife, Norma, are due in court on Tuesday November 14th  for another hearing. It’s possible that he could find another lawyer by the time the proceedings begin.

Norma is requesting that a judge give her a permanent restraining order against Tyrese; she claims that he beat their 10-year-old daughter, Shayla. He’s publicly broken down about being separated from his daughter, and he’s even flown a banner over Shayla’s school in an attempt to connect with her.

Although Tyrese has been nearly hysterical about the lack of access to his daughter, he recently passed up a court-approved visit with her to go on a trip. It’s unclear how that may affect the outcome of the hearing.

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