Tyrese Gibson will be representing himself in court on Tuesday.
Gibson’s previous lawyer, Terry Levich Ross, filed for a substitution of attorney in the case. A Page Six source close to Gibson and his ex-wife, Norma Gibson, confirmed that Ross has left the case, so until Tyrese gets himself a new lawyer, he’ll be representing himself.
The source said that it wouldn’t “be a surprise” if Tyrese showed at another hearing on Tuesday with a new lawyer to face his ex-wife, who has accused him of child abuse for allegedly hitting their daughter, Shayla. She is seeking a permanent restraining order against him, though the investigation into the allegations of child abuse has been dropped.
However, we will have to wait and see if Tyrese arrives with a new lawyer or if he chooses to represent himself through the rest of his fight.
Tyrese has been publicly struggling through this custody fight, even recording an emotional breakdown on social media recently that he attributed on Saturday to “psych meds” that he claims to no longer be taking.
“This s–t is completely out of my system,” he wrote. “I flushed these psych meds Down the toilet and I’m already back at 100% – please don’t chalk this up as “oversharing” a lot of people were effected by what these psych meds did to me over these last 2 months and this is my public apology I’m so very sorry guys.”