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#Felonbae signs Hollywood contract

Jeremy Meeks, the alleged gang member who became an Internet sensation after his handsome mug shot was posted on a police Facebook site, is in talks with top designers to dress him during his trial, his attorney told MailOnline today.

Tai Bogan, known as the Pitbull because of his ‘aggressive’ style of defense, has been secured by Meeks to represent him against gun and gang related charges.

During the five-minute hearing at San Joaquin County court in Stockton, California, Meeks, 30, was forced to wear a regulation orange prison jumpsuit and have his hands shackled.

‘We want him to look as good as possible in the court. We are worried that current pictures of him in prison garb will mean he will not get a fair trial.’

His comments came after it emerged Meeks, whose image was shared 89,000 times when it went on the Stockton Police Facebook page, has landed a Hollywood talent agent.

Gina Rodriguez, who has guided Nadya ‘Octomom’ Suleman and V. Stiviano, the woman at the center of the Donald Sterling scandal, now represents Meeks, whose chiseled features and blue eyes caught the public's imagination.

While Tom Ford is not dressing the hunky prisoner, 'the modeling management we are working with has a stylist who was going to dress Jeremy in a Tom Ford suit [for his court appearance],' she told MailOnline.

Rodriguez defended her representing Meeks today.

‘Everybody has a story, and I, of all people, know that,’ Rodriguez told FOX411.

‘If this was a different situation, like if someone was actually hurt or there was violence involved, I definitely would not be taking him on.

‘But we don’t know Jeremy’s full story yet, and I don’t feel like he got a fair break.’

Meeks, a married father-of-one, is currently being held in the San Joaquin County Jail on seven felony counts related to firearm possession, street gang membership and parole violations. His bail is set at $1m.

Rodriguez said she is in talks with four production companies and three different modeling agencies.

Source: MailOnline