Johnny Depp in Financial Crisis Due to Extravagant Spending, Lawsuit Says
The 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor owns 14 homes around the world.
Is Johnny Depp in the middle of a financial crisis?
According to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles by his former management company, Depp spends more than $2 million a month to maintain his extravagant lifestyle.
The Management Group is now countersuing Depp after he filed a lawsuit blaming them for mishandling his fortune.
The company claims the Pirates of the Caribbean actor is "fully responsible for any financial turmoil."
In the suit, they claim the Crybaby star “has refused to live within his means, despite... repeated warnings about his financial condition.”
The suit claims that the Edward Scissorhands star spent $4 million on a record label, $30,000-a-month buying or importing wine, $200,000-a-month on private planes, as well as his 14 homes which he has around the world.
Those are just some of the items the group claims he spent his money on. They also say that Depp reportedly paid $3 million to construct a cannon that fired the ashes of his friend, late writer Hunter S. Thompson, into the sky.
In December, Depp filed a suit against the company, claiming they owe him more than $25 million. The company denies any wrongdoing.
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