Louis Tomlinson calls in ‘Mad Dog’ lawyer to fight airport bust-up charges
The One Course star was arrested over a scuffle at Los Angeles airport and Marty Singer, who reportedly fees £1,600 an hour, will oversee his defence
Louis Tomlinson has employed a tricky Hollywood lawyer nicknamed “Mad Canine” to battle his police fees.
The One Course star, 25, was launched on $20,000 – £16,000 – bail after being arrested over a scuffle with two women and a photographer at Los Angeles airport on Saturday. Marty Singer, who reportedly fees £1,600 an hour, will now oversee his defence.
His high-profile previous shoppers have included Arnold Schwarzenegger, Sharon Stone, Charlie Sheen and John Travolta.
All hailed Singer, 64, as Hollywood’s “Mr Fixit”. Nicolas Cage praised him because the “greatest lawyer on the earth”.
Certainly one of his accusers, named on-line as Ana Becerra, 22, claimed she was punched within the eye.
Underneath California regulation, Louis may face six months’ jail and fines of £1,600 if convicted of assault and battery.
He may additionally face visa points, which might cease him getting into the US.