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10 July 2018, 05:59 | Regina Holmes
Report: Johnny Depp Is Being Sued For Attacking A Crew Member On Set Of ‘City Of Lies’
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". "You have no right!'" a source told Page Six following the incident, adding that Brooks told Depp "'I'm just doing my job'".
From there, Johnny Depp reportedly began taunting Brooks. When Brooks explained who he was, the actor allegedly shouted "I don't give a fuck who you are and you can't tell me what to do!", before assaulting him.
The publication claimed Depp, who plays LAPD detective Russell Poole in the upcoming flick based around Biggie Smalls' murder, hired two of his friends for a scene in downtown Los Angeles back in April 2017. Hesitant to approach Depp after Furman told him to, the vet location manager went to speak instead to the on-set off duty LAPD officer about the matter. "I don't give a f - k who you are and you can't tell me what to do!" Before Rocky reached the officer, he claims Depp attacked him and angrily screamed, "Who the f*** are you?"
Rocky claims Depp continued his tirade and his bodyguards then removed him from the area. The location manager alleged he could smell alcohol on Depp's breath at the time of the incident.
Brooks also claims in the documents - filed by his attorney Arbella Azizian, of counsel at the law firm Baker, Olson, LeCroy & Danielian - that he returned to work three days later only to be asked by producer Miriam Segal to sign a document saying he would not sue production.
The lawsuit seeks an unspecified amount in punitive damages.
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