Ashanti’s Stalker Granted Right to Self-Representation

A Manhattan judge has granted the man accused of stalking R&B singer Ashanti the right to self-representation after he made several complaints about how his current attorney, Glenn Hardy, is handling his case.

Devar Hurd is facing 10 counts, including criminal contempt and felony stalking, after allegedly breaking the terms of a restraining order by bombarding Ashanti with sexually explicit messages on Twitter.

The new claims comes after Hurd spent two years in prison for sending lewd messages to the “I Got It” singers Manager and mother, Tina Douglas.

Hardy will remain as Hurd's legal advisor, and pre Pre-trial hearings are set to take place next Wednesday (Jun 11).

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