Tyrese's Attorney Quit And Now He Has A Crazy Plan To Defend Himself In Court

This won't end well.

Bad news for Tyrese.

The singer recently took a major blow in his ongoing legal battle against his ex-wife Norma Gibson as his attorney, Terry Levich Ross, will no longer be representing him, filing for a substitution of attorney. What Black Ty chose to do next, however, is what may end up being his biggest regret.

According to Page Six, Tyrese has chosen to represent himself in his upcoming court appearance on Tuesday unless he quickly finds a replacement for Ross.

A source told the publication that it would not "be a surprise" if the actor shows up with a new lawyer, but for the time being, he is set to act as his own legal counsel.

Norma is currently seeking a permanent restraining order against the Fast & Furious star, who she claims physically abused their 10-year-old daughter Shayla. The court proceedings have led to Tyrese becoming quite the viral sensation across social media as he's repeatedly taken to Instagram to film several emotional outbursts. He's recently blamed his latest teary-eyed rant on his "psych meds."

"This s**t is completely out of my system," he wrote, apologizing for his odd actions, as of late. "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 [sic] by what these psych meds did to me over the last 2 months and this is my public apology I'm so very sorry guys."

While the investigation into allegations of child abuse has been dropped, Tyrese is still being tried for allegedly skipping court-approved visits with his daughter. 

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