Johnny Depp Sued For Allegedly Assaulting City Of Lies Crew Member

Facing legal action from ex-business managers, ex-lawyers and ex-bodyguards and what could be an embarrassing trial later this summer, Johnny Depp has now been hit with an assault and battery lawsuit from the location manager of the upcoming City of Lies. He said production had a permit to film until 7 PM outside the Barclay Hotel in Los Angeles and until 10 PM inside.

The lawsuit says Furman forced Brooks to go beyond his duties and tell Depp himself that shooting had to end.

The alleged victim is said to have kept his "composure", which allegedly led to Depp saying: "I will give you 100,000 dollars to punch me in the face right now". When Brooks approached Depp to tell him there was only going to be one more take, he approached an LAPD officer fearing Depp's reaction to the news, at which point he says Depp punched him in the rib cage twice.

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Before he could enlist the officer's help, however, Brooks" suit says that Depp accosted Plaintiff and began attacking him, angrily screaming in his face "WHO THE F- ARE YOU?

Johnny Depp's legal entanglements grew by one on Friday, when a man filed suit against the actor, saying that Depp punched him during the filming of a movie previous year.

The court documents say that after returning to work the following Monday, Brooks was told by a producer to sign a written declaration that he would not sue over the incident.

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The actor was filming "City Of Lies", which sees him play a police detective investigating the murder of rapper Notorious BIG (real name Christopher Wallace).

In May, Furman defended Depp and said, "Johnny Depp is a consummate professional, great collaborator and a supporter of other artists".

Depp is now involved in another legal battle with ex-managers and is suing his former lawyers after claiming they cheated him out of millions of dollars.

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