Nicholas Sandmann has taken out pro-Trump lawyer Lin Wooden from his legal team.

The Covington Catholic High University graduate filed affidavits on Monday saying he no lengthier preferred to be represented by Wood.

“I have ended my law firm-customer partnership with Mr. Wood and no for a longer time would like to be represented by him in the higher than-captioned motion,” he mentioned.

The notices were submitted in each of the six lawsuits Sandmann submitted from a variety of media organizations around the way he was portrayed soon after an conversation he and his classmates experienced with a Indigenous American male in front of the Lincoln Memorial in 2019. The group of college students was in Washington for the March for Existence.

The removal comes weeks following Sandmann appeared to disapprove of a person of Wood’s social media posts.

On Jan. 1, Wood posted on Twitter, “If Pence is arrested, [Secretary Pompeo] will help save the election. Pence will be in jail awaiting trial for treason. He will facial area execution by firing squad.”

Sandmann responded, “I’m sorry but what the hell.”

Wood has defended his tweet about the previous vice president, indicating he engaged in “rhetorical hyperbole.”

Todd McMurtry, Sandmann’s attorney, declined to comment on the make any difference to the Cincinnati Enquirer, but Wood told the outlet, “I adore Nicholas Sandmann, and I want him the incredibly greatest going ahead.”

Subsequent the November election, Wooden was included in the exertion to issue its final results, submitting a quantity of lawsuits that created allegations of widespread election fraud. Right after he posted the tweet about previous Vice President Mike Pence, the Trump team distanced by itself from him.

“I do not support the statements from Lawyer Lin Wood. I assist the rule of law and the U.S. Constitution,” Trump marketing campaign legal professional Jenna Ellis mentioned in a tweet.

Wood’s Twitter account has been permanently suspended.