A further just one bites the dust.
Kanye West is now on to his fourth divorce legal professional, as he’s reportedly fired attorney Chris Melcher in advance of his Wednesday court docket hearing from estranged wife Kim Kardashian.
According to TMZ, West, 44, allow go of Melcher right after their connection “had turn out to be exceptionally tricky, with minor interaction.”
Resources advised the outlet that West held modifying his intellect on whether or not he preferred to settle things amicably with Kardashian, 41, or place up a battle – considerably like he did when he objected to her original divorce calls for.
West will as a substitute be repped by attorney Samantha Spector, who recently represented Nicole Young in her divorce from producer Dr. Dre, TMZ reports.
A listening to for West and Kardashian’s ongoing divorce battle has been scheduled for Wednesday, where by a choose is anticipated to make a conclusion on the actuality star’s request to be declared legally one.
TMZ reports that although Kardashian is envisioned to phone in or movie chat for the listening to, it’s “highly unlikely” her rapper ex will present up in particular person.
Kardashian submitted for divorce from West in February 2021. They share four young children: North, 8, Saint, 6, Chicago, 4, and Psalm, 2.
The Skims founder – who has because moved on with “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson – previously slammed West and his lack of ability to keep a attorney in a statement posted to her Instagram Story past month.
“Divorce is challenging enough on our young children and Kanye’s obsession with making an attempt to control and manipulate our condition so negatively and publicly is only producing further pain for all,” she wrote at the time, in reaction to West’s since-deleted IG posts.
“It saddens me that Kanye carries on to make it unachievable every step of the way. I desire to manage all issues with regards to our kids privately and hopefully he can eventually respond to the 3rd legal professional he has experienced in the previous yr to resolve any problems amicably.”