Is Tamara Lich Husband Chris Barber? The two Freedom Convoy organizers and leaders got arrested by police in Ottawa.
Lich is one of the main organizers of the so-called Freedom Convoy. She managed to raise more than $10 million for the Freedom Convoy 2022 on GoFundMe. However, the fundraising drive got removed from the platform due to several controversies.
Tamara resigned from the board of the Maverick Party earlier this month. She gave a teary speech on social media last night, where she revealed that she is going to jail. She added that she is okay with that and is not afraid.
Is Tamara Lich Husband Chris Barber? Relationship Explored
Chris Barber is not the husband of Tamara Lich. Talking about their relationship, they are both the organizers of the Freedom Convoy, a three-week vaccine-mandate protest in Ottawa. They got arrested and taken into custody on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
Barber is a 46-year-old man from Swift Current, Saskatchewan, Canada. He works as a trucker, and his full name is Christopher John Barber.
He got charged with counseling to commit the offense of mischief, counseling to commit the offense of obstructing police, and counseling to commit the offense of disobeying a court order, reports CTV News.
Barber and Tamara were both taken into custody in separate arrests. They are still in police custody on February 18, and they will make their first court appearances in Ottawa on Friday.
She was there when Chris got arrested and led away. Lich’s net worth details are unknown. However, she revealed that her bank account got frozen, reports CBC.
Tamara Lich Family Details Revealed
Tamara Lich grew up with her family in Canada. She worked on the Maverick Occasion’s Board of Administrators before she resigned from the post.
Tamara’s current age is 49 years. She has not revealed many details about her personal life, such as the information about her husband, children, and family.
Why Is Tamara Lich Arrested?
Tamara Lich was arrested and charged with counseling to commit the offense of mischief. The video of her getting detained by the police went viral on social media. It was first posted by an account that is likely to be associated with the convoy.
Tamara spoke about the likelihood of her arrest on social media a day before she got arrested. She is one of the defendants in a lawsuit filed by Paul Champ, reports Straight.