Andrew Tate hires Mike Tyson’s Lawyer: Who is Tina Glandian? Lawyer who represented Mike Tyson, Chris Brown, and others
Andrew Tate hires Mike Tyson’s Lawyer: MMA News: Given that he isn’t receiving positive news from the Romanian Court, Andrew Tate appears…
Andrew Tate hires Mike Tyson’s Lawyer: MMA News: Given that he isn’t receiving positive news from the Romanian Court, Andrew Tate appears to be in serious difficulty, and his situation only seems to be growing worse every day. Tate and his brother were detained in December 2022 as the year came to an end on major allegations of rape and human trafficking. Tate hasn’t seen any light since, but now that he’s recruited high profile lawyer, Tina Glandian, he probably will. Let’s delve in to know more about the renowned attorney. Follow MMA News Updates with InsideSport.IN.
Andrew Tate hires Mike Tyson’s Lawyer: Who is Tina Glandian?
It’s interesting to note that the newly hired Tate brothers’ US legal advisor, Tina Glandian is a high profile name in the area of law. She previously represented Chris Brown, Kesha as well as legendary boxer Mike Tyson.
Glandian’s practise covers a wide range of different specialties, including appeals, criminal defence, and civil litigation. From 2012 to 2019, the Super Lawyers magazine named Ms. Glandian a Southern California Rising Star. Which says a lot about how highly skilled she is in this field.
Andrew Tate hires Mike Tyson’s Lawyer: Who is Tina Glandian? Lawyer who represented Mike Tyson, Chris Brown and others
On February 1, Tate and Glandian appeared in court in Romania, which caused a media frenzy. The custody of the former kickboxer was prolonged last month till the end of February, and another appeal was made regarding it. He was expected to hear some good news considering he recruited Glandian. But the appeal was turned down for a second time.
While speaking about the extension the highly regarded attorney said that their extended imprisonment without charge for more than 30 days is a breach of their international human rights. Additionally, she added on Piers Morgan Uncensored that just because someone is controversial doesn’t imply they committed a crime. Meanwhile, it would be interesting to see how she helps the Tate Brothers get out of detention now that she is representing them.
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