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Tyrese admitted that it was a bad reaction to antipsychotic meds that had him acting up, but his struggle continues. The actor and R&B singer’s lawyer has quit, so he plans to represent himself in court. 

Think about that.

Reports Page Six:

A source close to the ongoing legal battle between Tyrese and ex-wife Norma Gibson confirmed to Page Six on Monday that Tyrese’s lawyer, Terry Levich Ross, is no longer representing the actor after Ross filed for a substitution of attorney.

Tyrese and Norma are expected at another hearing Tuesday, and our source said it wouldn’t “be a surprise” if the “Fast & Furious” franchise star appears with a new attorney. But, as of now, Tyrese will act as his own lawyer.

We hope Black Ty picks up a new lawyer. Family court isn’t the type of thing you want to learn to handle via Google.

While charges of child abuse against Tyrese have been dropped, his ex-wife claims that he skipped visitations.