Martinez Immigration in the Media
90 Day Fiance’s Yve Arellano and Mohamed Abdelhamed’s Drama Explained After Her Domestic Battery Arrest
The drama continues. 90 Day Fiancé’s Yve Arellano made headlines in August when she was charged with domestic assault and battery. Us Weekly confirmed on Monday, August 22, that the 48-year-old TV personality was charged with one count of battery and one count of assault against a household member one week prior. In Touch was first to report the news.
Is This Immigration Lawyer the Real-Life Elle Woods?
Meet Kathleen Martinez, the real-life Elle Woods living her Legally Blonde dream. Martinez dreamed of building her own brand while simultaneously operating her own law practice. While it's unknown if she also judged "a tighty-whitey contest for Lambda Kappa Pi," it's clear that she can handle anything.
Texas Attorney, a Real-Life Elle Woods, Started Her Own All-Pink Law Firm After Being Fired by Male Boss
Kathleen Martinez was told by male bosses that she should dress more "conservatively" and make them coffee — now, she's inspiring millions of women on TikTok with her humorous and empowering videos
Kathleen Martinez Is TikTok’s Real Life Elle Woods
Attorney Kathleen Martinez has taken over TikTok, racking up millions of views showing off her everyday happenings. TikTok even dubbed Kathleen “Elle Woods in Real Life” as her pink suits and feminist nature are reminiscent of the “Legally Blonde” character famously played by Reese Witherspoon.
Kelly Clarkson Meets Texas' Real-Life Elle Woods
Dallas attorney Kathleen Martinez is making a statement on female empowerment with her all-pink immigration law firm. Kathleen dials-in and shares how she was inspired by Elle Woods in "Legally Blonde" to embrace her femininity in the courtroom, and prove you don't have to be boxed into a certain stereotype.
This Woman Started Her Own Law Firm After Her Male Boss Fired Her For Sexist Reasons, And It's Like A Real-Life "Legally Blonde"
"My boss fired me from my first lawyer job for not 'fitting in' with the conservative culture and refusing to make him coffee. So I started my own firm, where we wear whatever we want and ran my old boss out of business.