Johnny Depp is being sued for allegedly assaulting the location manager on the set of his upcoming crime film City of Lies. According to Brooks, that's when Depp became volatile and Brooks went to find an LAPD officer for protection. A bodyguard had to remove him from the area when he refused to stop the confrontation, with Brooks explained that his breath stank of alcohol during the ordeal. Brooks says the scene wasn't working well, and he informed the director they could only have one more shot at finishing it.
Brooks said Depp continued his belligerent behavior until bodyguards removed him from the set. Before Rocky could even reach the cops, Johnny attacked him and began screaming "who the f*** are you? You have no right to tell me what to do!" Furman allegedly replied: "Why don't you tell that to Johnny Depp?".
Depp is also now facing a lawsuit from two former bodyguards, Eugene Arreola and Miguel Sanchez, who allege that, in their assignment protecting Depp between 2016 and 2018, they "found themselves in situations that required more than what a bodyguard would be expected to do".
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Brooks' filing from Glendale attorney Arbella Azizian of Baker Olson, LeCroy & Danielian seeks wide ranging but unspecified damages from Depp, Furmqn, producer Miriam Segal and the production. When he failed to get a reaction from Brooks, Depp allegedly screamed, "I will give you $100,000 to punch me in the face right now".
Brooks alleges that the film, set for release this September, was being filmed in April 2017 at the Barclay Hotel in Los Angeles and that it was his job to ensure filming complied with city permits.
As it was previously reported, this is just one of many legal problems faced by Mr. Depp in the last two years, following his divorce with Amber Heard, as well as the $25 million lawsuit he filed against former business managers.
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