An Alameda County Superior Court Commissioner ordered Yvette Felarca, the controversial Berkeley middle school teacher and activist, to pay $10,000 in attorney’s fees and $1,100 in court fees for her failed attempt to get a permanent restraining order against Troy Worden, the former head of the Berkeley College Republicans. Court orders Felarca to pay Worden for Frivolous Claim; Felarca Vows to Appeal
Not content with falsely accusing Troy Worden of stalking and harassing her, Felarca filed an appeal, making inflammatory and outrageous comments about the court and the process, and forcing Worden to incur more and more attorney fees to defend his good name. On October 4, the Court of Appeals struck Felarca's appeal from docket, and gave Felarca 30 days to file a new brief that complies with court rules. Worden, a recent college graduate, will have to incur yet more legal bills to defend the trial court decision before this matter is decided.
Being falsely accused of criminal behavior and harassment, as Troy was at the hands of Felarca and her By Any Means Necessary cronies, can be a devastating setback to a young man, and expensive as well. Please help Troy defer his substantial legal expenses in this matter with a contribution of any size!