90 Day Fiance star Leida Margaretha may have successfully slapped a restraining order on Tasha Rosenbrook, but now she’s fighting back thanks to fans and Go Fund Me. The eldest daughter of Eric Rosenbrook is finally making a move to reverse her step-mother’s four year ban against her.
A supporter set up a Go Fund Me for the 19-year-old cosplayer and now it looks like she’s putting the money donated to good use. Apparently, Tasha Rosenbrook is using the campaign proceeds to hire a lawyer to fight the restraining order. Will she be able to defeat Leida Margaretha this time around?
90 Day Fiance: Tasha Rosenbrook Fights Back
Earlier today, Tasha Rosenbrook’s friend, Jan Ray (who also started the GFM campaign), took to Instagram and shared an unexpected update about Eric Rosenbrook’s daughter. The outspoken teen is gearing up to go back to court with her stepmother Leida Margaretha to try and overturn the restraining order.
In her post, she reveals that 90 Day Fiance alum Tasha Rosenbrook retained an attorney to dispute her stepmother’s four-year gag order. When Leida Margaretha took her to court, the official record shows that Tasha went alone – without an attorney – probable due to financial constraints. That gave Leida Margaretha a huge advantage.
Tasha has used the money from her gofundme and retained an attorney to fight the 4 year restraining order that the judge granted Leida. #90DayFiance
PS northfreedom2 is Tasha’s roommate Jan for those who don’t know. pic.twitter.com/QGVtKGluaq
— John Yates (@JohnYates327) March 2, 2019
90 Day Fiance News: Tasha Hires Lawyer To Combat Restraining Order
In the court record posted by Jan Ray, it shows Tasha Rosenbrook hired a lawyer on March 1. Apparently, Eric’s daughter is keen to fight Leida’s restraining order against her and get it off her record permanently. Fans of 90 Day Fiance will remember the drama between Leida and Eric, especially when it comes to Tasha.
Eventually it seems that Eric gave into his wife’s demands because he personally filed the initial paperwork for the temporary order against his daughter and reportedly paid for the lawyer to represent his wife in court. So, he was clearly heavily involved in the four-year restraining order obtained against his kid.
90 Day Fiance: Tasha Uses GoFundMe Money For Legal Fees
Tasha Rosenbrook’s legal fight against Leida Margaretha could be a nasty one. That being said, she definitely needs to hire a good attorney and that costs money. Fortunately, a lot of people showed their support for Eric Rosenbrook’s middle daughter.
Jan Ray’s GoFundMe on her behalf managed to gather enough money to pay for Tasha’s legal fees. In the same post, it showed Tasha Rosenbrook paid $1,200 to Zerbst and Kluck, a law firm in Wisconsin. It seems like Tasha knew exactly how she wanted to use the donated funds.
A 90 Day Fiance GoFundMe Finally Put To Good Use
Tasha Rosenbrook using her GFM money to secure a lawyer is garnering positive comments. Many fans of the hit TLC reality show are happy to see a cast member using donated money for a decent cause. Other 90 Day Fiance Season 6 stars used the crowdfunding site to score money too.
But not all of them seemed to put the donations to good use. For instance, Larissa Christina begged fans to donate for her legal fees. But then they saw her get a series of cosmetic procedures done to her face right after she got the cash in hand. That didn’t cast her in the most responsible light.
Too Many GFMs…
Other 90 Day Fiance alums like Ashley Martson and Jay Smith also started GoFundMes. Ashley started one for medical bills and then within a week, she was living large in New York City at fashion week. Jay Smith seemed to start one to get his own place, but they’ve denied that was his account.
Even Steven Frend used the platform to ask monetary help for his growing family. But then fans were upset when he got what looked like a costly tattoo shortly after. Danielle Jbali also ran a GFM to save her home and Paul Staehle has one going to help with the expenses for his child that’s about to be born.
Tasha Making the Most of What She Got
Tasha’s GoFundMe did not rake in big bucks. In fact, it only gathered over $1,200 out of its $3,000 goal since it started last month. This is a far cry to Larissa and Ashley’s GFM, which soared way past their target in just a matter of days.
Also, Tasha Rosenbrook was likely not paid to be on TLC’s 90 Day Fiance. Inside sources at TLC say that friends and family members that appear on the program do not get a dime to do so. But even though she got a modest amount of money, she’s putting all of it towards the lawyer to fight Leida Margaretha.
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