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A 27-year-old attorney has shot to TikTok fame thanks to her hilarious readings of court transcripts featuring a mix of outrageous — and, at times, baffling — comments from judges, lawyers, and defendants. 

Amber, who goes by the username @rebmasel, has more than 657,000 followers on the platform, where she shares videos about being a lawyer in the U.S., including her ongoing ‘Reading Iconic Court Transcripts’ series. 

The lawyer, who was sworn in last year, started posting the viral clips back in March 2021 after a ‘horrible’ week of depositions, explaining in the caption: ‘I needed the serotonin.’ 

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TikTok user Amber, who posts under the username @rebmasel, reads hilarious court transcripts out loud in her popular video series

TikTok user Amber, who posts under the username @rebmasel, reads hilarious court transcripts out loud in her popular video series

TikTok user Amber, who posts under the username @rebmasel, reads hilarious court transcripts out loud in her popular video series 

The 27-year-old shares the outrageous and comical courtroom comments she has found online

The 27-year-old shares the outrageous and comical courtroom comments she has found online

The 27-year-old shares the outrageous and comical courtroom comments she has found online

The 27-year-old shares the outrageous and comical courtroom comments she has found online

The 27-year-old shares the outrageous and comical courtroom comments she has found online

The lawyer, who was sworn in last year, started posting the viral clips back in March 2021 (pictured) after a 'horrible' week of depositions

The lawyer, who was sworn in last year, started posting the viral clips back in March 2021 (pictured) after a 'horrible' week of depositions

The lawyer, who was sworn in last year, started posting the viral clips back in March 2021 (pictured) after a ‘horrible’ week of depositions

She filmed the first video while lying on her couch wearing what have come to be her signature rhinestone sunglasses, starting with a ridiculous exchange between a lawyer and witness. 

‘Lawyer: What happened then? Witness: He told me, he says, “I have to kill you because you can identify me.” Lawyer: Did he kill you? Witness: No,’ she read.  

She went on to quote an attorney who asked a doctor: ‘Is true that when a person dies in his sleep, he doesn’t know about it until the next morning?’ 

The bizarre question prompted the witness to ask: ‘Did you actually pass the bar exam?’ 

The TikToker burst into laughter before she read the final transcript, which documented a farcical misunderstanding between a lawyer and witness.  

The TikToker likes to add videos to her 'Reading Iconic Court Transcripts' whenever she needs a serotonin boost

The TikToker likes to add videos to her 'Reading Iconic Court Transcripts' whenever she needs a serotonin boost

The TikToker likes to add videos to her ‘Reading Iconic Court Transcripts’ whenever she needs a serotonin boost 

 

 

The transcripts feature hilarious exchanges between judges, attorneys, witnesses, and defendants

The transcripts feature hilarious exchanges between judges, attorneys, witnesses, and defendants

 The transcripts feature hilarious exchanges between judges, attorneys, witnesses, and defendants

After the attorney asked: ‘What gear were you wearing in at the moment of impact?’ the person replied: ‘Gucci sweats and Reeboks.’ 

She continued to delight fans by posting more videos in the series, and by June, she was on her seventh transcript reading. 

One comical exchange came from a lawyer and a woman named Mrs. Jones. When the attorney asked her if she believed she is emotionally stable, Mrs. Jones replied: ‘I used to be.’  

Someone else who was serving as a defendant in his own case actually asked a witness: ‘Did you get a good look at my face when I took your purse?’ 

And there was a  judge who blasted one person’s credibility in court, saying: ‘If Singh were to have testified that the world was round I immediately would have sought membership in the Flat Earth Society.’ 

The TikToker has more than 657,000 followers on the platform thanks to the videos

The TikToker has more than 657,000 followers on the platform thanks to the videos

The TikToker has more than 657,000 followers on the platform thanks to the videos

Many of the videos in the series have gone viral and earned millions of views

Many of the videos in the series have gone viral and earned millions of views

Many of the videos in the series have gone viral and earned millions of views 

Another judge griped that a trial ‘would have made the jury more confused than a hungry baby in a topless bar.’ 

The more videos @rebmasel posted, the more followers she got. Her tenth clip in the court transcripts series has been viewed a whopping 5.1 million times.

She started the TikTok by reading a transcript of a judge asking a defendant why he needs a continuance, which is a suspension or postponement of a trial or court proceeding.

‘My baby is in the car,’ he replied, prompting the concerned judge to ask: ‘Sir, who is the car with your baby?’

‘Why does everyone ask that?’ the defendant hit back. 

The TikToker's tenth clip in the court transcripts series has been viewed 5.1 million times

The TikToker's tenth clip in the court transcripts series has been viewed 5.1 million times

The TikToker’s tenth clip in the court transcripts series has been viewed 5.1 million times

The transcripts are a mix if comical misunderstandings, nonsensical questions, and outrageous responses

The transcripts are a mix if comical misunderstandings, nonsensical questions, and outrageous responses

The transcripts are a mix if comical misunderstandings, nonsensical questions, and outrageous responses 

Another defendant was quoted as saying: ‘I make a decent living selling drugs. I don’t need to steal a Mountain Dew.’ 

By the end of 2021, @rebmasel had a total of 17 videos in the series. On Thursday, she posted her 18th, marking the first of 2022. 

‘Justice Breyer may retire, but I do not,’ she joked, referring to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer’s recent retirement announcement. 

The TikToker kicked off the clip by quoting a court to a defendant with an apparent foot fetish.  

‘If you’ve got a girlfriend or a white and you want to sit at home and lick her feet all day long and suck on those nasty toes, that’s up to you. But you can’t walk up to people in a store and do that. You know that, right?’ she read.

In less than a year, @rebmasel has posted a total of 18 videos in the series. Her first clip of 2022 was posted on Thursday (pictured)

In less than a year, @rebmasel has posted a total of 18 videos in the series. Her first clip of 2022 was posted on Thursday (pictured)

In less than a year, @rebmasel has posted a total of 18 videos in the series. Her first clip of 2022 was posted on Thursday (pictured) 

Fans can't get enough of the transcripts and keep asking her to post more

Fans can't get enough of the transcripts and keep asking her to post more

Fans can’t get enough of the transcripts and keep asking her to post more 

The defendant responded: ‘Right.’ 

Meanwhile, a prosecutor who stated the accused was ‘running from the police’ was corrected by the defendant, who clarified: ‘I was jogging.’

There was also a defendant who told a judge he wasn’t raising his voice, explaining: ‘I am a rapper. This is how I talk.’

The video has been viewed more than 931,000 times in just one day, and fans keep begging for more. 

One TikTok user recently commented on her first clip in the series explained that he was ‘going way back to the beginning and watching them all.’

Source: dailymail

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