The former managers of Johnny Depp have fired the latest salvo in their legal battle with their ex-client, filing an amended cross-complaint alleging even more exorbitant spending by the “Pirates of the Caribbean” actor — including $7,000 for a “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” couch.Among the newly alleged expenditures listed in the amended cross-complaint: “well over $500,000” in rental fees for the storage facilities where the actor keeps his Hollywood memorabilia; approximately $1 million in expenses for his private Bahamian islands; $17,000 in handbags and luggage from Prada; and $7,000 to “pay for and then store a couch from the set of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ … which was a present for his daughter, Lily-Rose.”The amended cross-complaint also takes issue with Depp’s assertion that TMG made unauthorized loans with his funds, saying that the people they allegedly made the loans to are still in Depp’s camp.Taking a 5 percent commission of the actor’s income, “in some cases regardless of whether Mr. Depp actually received any income himself or not” — a commission that was “exorbitant, excessive, and far outstripped the actual value of services TMG would be performing for Mr. Depp.”The management firm filed a cross-complaint shortly thereafter, saying that they’d warned Depp about his spending and accusing Depp of a number of extravagant expenditures, including spending $75 million on 14 residences throughout the world; dropping more than $18 million to buy and renovate a 150-foot yacht; and spending $30,000 a month on “expensive wine that [Depp] had flown to him around the world for his personal consumption.”
NYS Entity Status
- Merged Out (Dec 27, 2013)
NYS Filing Date
DECEMBER 27, 2013
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
UNAUTHORIZED BUSINESS CORPORATION
2013 - JOHNNY EX, INC.
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