Gloria Allred Net Worth
Gloria Allred Net Worth: Gloria Allred is an American attorney who has a net worth of $20 million dollars. Born in 1941 as Gloria Rachel Bloom, Gloria Allred earned her degree at the University of Pennsylvania before receiving her master's at New York University and her law degree at Loyola Law School. In 1966, the same year she earned her master's degree, Allred was raped and impregnated at gunpoint. She underwent an illegal abortion and nearly died. Two years later, she married her now-ex-husband, William Allred. Allred has worked as an attorney for more than 30 years and has gained fame for taking difficult or controversial cases, often with celebrity clients. She has represented Arnold Schwarzenegger, David Boreanaz, Anthony Weiner, Sacha Baron Cohen, Tommy Lee, and Herman Cain, among others. She started her own law firm during the '70s and rallied against California State Senator John G. Schmitz's push to criminalize abortions. Her efforts to combat Schmitz ended her in successfully suing him for libel. Allred fought the porn industry during the '80s and Oregon Senator Bob Packwood and his alleged sexual harassment in the early '90s. Several years later, Allred attracted attention for suing the Boy Scouts of America for excluding girls. She represented the family of Nicole Brown Simpson in O.J. Simpson's murder trial, and, in 1997, took on a client suing Dodi Fayed for breaking his engagement with her in order to date Diana, Princess of Wales. That same year, Allred represented Hunter Tylo, who sued producer Aaron Spelling for firing her when she became pregnant while filming "Melrose Place". Allred and Tylo won in a landmark decision. Allred's other well-known cases and claims include urging an investigation into pedophilia claims against Michael Jackson, challenging the illegality of same-sex marriage, and representing Amber Frey during Scott Peterson's murder trial. She represented the woman accused of conducting an affair with pro golfer Tiger Words. Allred is the co-author of 2006's "Fight Back and Win: My Thirty Year Fight Against Injustice And How You Can Win Your Own Battles".