Rittenhouse says he fired former attorney Lin Wood because of his support for QAnon and election-fraud conspiracy theories

Kyle Rittenhouse. Sean Krajacic-Pool

Kyle Rittenhouse criticized his former attorney for backing conspiracy theories.

Rittenhouse said he fired him because he was involved in election fraud.

Since being acquitted of homicide, Rittenhouse has been feuding with his former lawyer.

Kyle Rittenhouse said that he fired Lin Wood because of his belief in conspiracy theories.

In an interview with NewsNation that aired on Tuesday, Rittenhouse claimed that he had a $2 million bail fund.

Last week, Rittenhouse was acquitted of all charges after shooting dead two men and wounding a third during anti-racism protests in Wisconsin.

Lin Wood speaks at a Trump rally on December 2, 2020.

During the interview, host Ashleigh Banfield asked about his claim in a Fox News interview the previous night that Wood and John Pierce, his other attorney, sought to profit from his case by misuse of a legal defense fund.

Is it possible that Rittenhouse's mother fired him because she found out that the money wasn't going to bail him out? Banfield asked.

He was fired because he was doing things we didn't agree with.

NewsNation Now reported on November 24, 2021.

Concerns over Wood's character were one of the reasons for the firing.

He's insane and he just says weird things. "We're going to keep that boy in jail because there's not going to be any civil or criminal cases after the election," said Rittenhouse.

Wood was contacted by the Insider for comment on what Rittenhouse said.

Wood was involved in pushing the false claim that the election was stolen from Donald Trump by Democrats and their allies. He has ties to the conspiracy theorists.

He told The Daily Beast that Rittenhouse's claims were due to misinformation from people close to him.

The dispute between Rittenhouse and his former attorney centers on the bail fund raised by Wood and Pierce.

Wood claimed that he spent $700,000 on Rittenhouse's legal expenses and acted as a guarantor for loans made to the bail fund.

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