More Outrageous Expenses Revealed In New Legal Docs Against Johnny Depp
Weeks after a Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge found that Johnny Depp’s extravagant spending habits were irrelevant in his legal battle against his former financial advisers, The Management Group filed an amended complaint detailing even more of the actor’s expenses.
The “Pirates of the Caribbean” star filed a $25 million lawsuit against TMG in January claiming the group was responsible for leading him into debt. TMG filed a cross-complaint back at Depp claiming that his financial ruin was his own doing after spending roughly $2 million per month on an extravagant lifestyle. (RELATED: Johnny Depp Would Rather Be Broke With A Private Jet Than Fly Commercial)
Superior Court Judge Teresa Beaudet ruled in a tentative hearing earlier this month that Depp’s expenses were not relevant in TMG’s cross-complaint against the actor. Depp’s former financial advisers have now filed their second complaint, and in it they’ve detailed more of those expenses.
According to the legal documents obtained by The Hollywood Reporter, TMG claims Depp continued to use his CNB Visa credit card, which they warned would bankrupt him, even after they were fired as his financial advisers. (RELATED: Johnny Depp’s Outrageous Spending Habits Not Relevant In Legal Battle)
Some of the charges include “$500,000 in rental fees for storage warehouses that hold his Hollywood collectibles, $17,000 in handbags and luggage at Prada and $7,000 for a ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ couch as a gift for his daughter, Lily-Rose,” according to the amended cross-complaint.
In addition to those frivolous expenses Depp allowed his employees on his private island in the Bahamas to charge about $1 million to the card for preparations for his wedding to Amber Heard. About a dozen people attended the extravagant ceremony, according to Fox News.
We’ll just have to wait and see if the closer look into Depp’s spending ends up having an impact in the ongoing legal battle.