Attorney Norm Pattis will no longer represent controversial radio show host Alex Jones in a pair of multimillion-dollar lawsuits tied to the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

On Monday, Pattis filed a motion to withdraw representation of Jones, who is being sued for defamation by relatives of victims of the Sandy Hook school shooting.

Pattis declined to comment on his withdrawal.

The motion to withdraw from the case comes three days after Jones made headlines for describing, in a recent video, how he would eat his neighbors if he had to in order to survive because of the coronavirus “panic.”

The cases — Lafferty v. Jones and Sherlach v. Jones — are scheduled to begin jury selection in November at Waterbury Superior Court.

Erica Lafferty is the daughter of Sandy Hook Elementary School principal Dawn Hochsprung, who was killed in the Sandy Hook shooting. William Sherlach was married to the school’s psychologist, Mary Sherlach, who was also killed.

Both are suing Jones for his claims that the shooting, which killed 20 students and six educators, was a hoax and that the victims were “crisis actors” working at the direction of the government — statements he has since retracted.

Pattis represented Jones before the Connecticut Supreme Court in late September and tried to get the lawsuit dismissed.

It is unclear who will now represent Jones.

Pattis has had other high-profile, controversial clients in the past.

The outspoken attorney represented Fotis Dulos in the high-profile homicide case revolving around the disappearance of his estranged wife Jennifer Dulos last May. The case garnered national attention until Dulos killed himself in late January.

Chris La Tronica, who also worked with Pattis in the Fotis Dulos case, also filed a motion to withdraw from the Jones case.