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Dimitri Charalambopoulos Law License Suspended, His Brother Tommy Is A Violent Criminal

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Dimitri Charalambopoulos allegedly left Camille Grammer with bruising on her wrists, a large head contusion, and scrapes and abrasions, has lost the right to practice law in his home state of Texas, RadarOnline reports. According to documents from the Texas Bar Association obtained exclusively by Radar, Dimitri failed to complete MCLE requirements, the ongoing legal education for practicing attorneys, leading to the suspension of his license. For more information on Dimitri’s attack on Camille, click here.

It has also been discovered that Dimitri’s brother is a violent criminal who was accused of raping a stripper and convicted of aggravated assault for knifing a man. According to Radar, Dimitri’s brother Tommy, known as “Tommy C,” is a Dallas strip club entrepreneur with a lengthy and violent record. Tommy earned the nickname “The Ripper” for viciously knifing a man at the Silver City Strip Club. He was also accused of raping and sodomizing a dancer at the club in 2003 and has been convicted of drunk-driving and unlawfully carrying a weapon.

Four years later he was convicted of aggravated assault for viciously knifing a man, slicing him from stomach to shoulder. He received just 10 years probation and a $10,000 fine.

A November 19th court date will determine if Camille’s restraining order against Dimitri will become permanent.

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