She hit a block. 90 Day Fiancé star Leida Margaretha scored another major win in her ongoing legal battle with her stepdaughter Tasha Rosenbrook. The 20-year-old took to her Instagram Story on Monday, April 22 to share an update with fans. She revealed that she is going to be refunding all of her fans and followers who donated to the GoFundMe that her roommate set up for her in order to raise money for the legal fees to fight the 4-year restraining order granted against her by her father, Eric Rosenbrook‘s, wife. Scroll through the gallery to find out why Tasha is withdrawing her legal case against Leida.
“So firstly, I would like to say that yes, the money from the GoFundMe did go towards the lawyer, but she refunded all the money that we gave her because she decided to withdraw from my case about two weeks ago,” she revealed.
“She felt like she didn’t quite have what it took to do a restraining order case, and not only that, but in order to reopen the original case we’d have to appeal to a higher court which would cost almost $10,000,” she added.
Tasha’s roommate, Jan, has helped her immensely with her legal issues and she took part of Tasha’s Instagram Story update. Jan explained that the reason why the legal fees would cost so much is because Tasha would have to go to a state-level court instead of a county court. “
Tasha went on to explain that since her lawyer refunded the money, she will be refunding her followers and fans who originally donated to her GoFundMe in the first place as soon as she figures out how to do so.
“Tasha doesn’t have thousands of dollars to take this to the state level and get new evidence presented to a new judge, but that doesn’t mean she’s not going to try to get her security deposit back, Eric,” Jan added.
“Too much time has passed and there hasn’t been any bashing of Tasha that we know of on social media, no direct comments towards her,” Jan explained.
“It’s not because we weren’t trying, it’s just things weren’t working out,” Tasha added.
“We can and can’t quite look at other lawyers because honestly, between Jan and I, we’ve called about 50 at least lawyers in the area and out of the area, no one really wants to take the case mainly because of social media and also because there really aren’t a lot of lawyers willing to do harassment and if they do, they charge way more than my former lawyer,” Tasha explained.
“It’s just a mess. It’s going to cost thousands of dollars for the new retainer if I wanted to reopen the case and then it’s going to cost who knows how much more for a new lawyer too. Plus if I found a lawyer outside of my county, I’d have to pay for them to travel,” she continued.
Tasha originally wanted to fight the restraining order so that she could get it removed from her record since it would show up on her background checks if she were to ever apply for an apartment or a job in the future.