ACLU wants to comply with Johnny Depp Amber’s refusal to hand over $ 86K
Johnny DeppLegal trouble is not over yet!
His legal team found themselves in court again to fight it American Civil Liberties Union. Why?
Proponents of her case have been working to make the actual transcript of this statement available online Amber Hard Her divorce means lying to ACLU and The Donate Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles. But it was not easy to prove.
Johnny demanded the records to prove that he never paid the promised ির 7 million divorce settlement grant to split up charities. But non-profits — those responsible The Washington Post The op-ed that started all this – didn’t want to give that information. An intense feud ensued between the two, which led to Johnny suing the organization.
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According to court documents RadarOnline, ACLU now claims they have spent a “significant” amount of time answering a number of subpoenas related to the case. They want compensation for compliance, saying executives had to go through more than 7,500 documents, eventually submitting 2,000 documents to Johnny. And this, they argue, costs them time and money:
“The ACLU has produced three witnesses – including its executive director – to testify for more than 16 hours. Along the way, Mr. Depp rejected numerous compromises to reduce the burden on ACLU and its staff. “
After all, they claim that Johnny owes $ 86,000 to cover their expenses. But Johnny doesn’t plan on coughing up that much cash. Her lawyers objected to the claim in New York on Wednesday – the day she was awarded a 15 reward in her defamation suit.
Johnny’s team argues that the amount of money the ACLU is seeking is “excessive and unreasonable”. However Pirates of the Caribbean alum noted that he would not mind paying some kind of compensation – only if the figure was significantly reduced. Man, between this and $ 3.5 million they never got from Amber, it wasn’t a good relationship at all for them.
A judge has not ruled on the matter – so we’ll see what happens next!
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