Ex-managers of the star believe that he suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. According to former members of Depp, he can’t properly manage money and she spends large sums.
Johnny Depp continues to plead with former managers. As reported by foreign tabloids, the former advisers of the artist believe that he had no chance of winning the case, and give strong arguments. PAO information, media, representatives of The Management Group to assure the judiciary that the actor is suffering from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Depp can’t control their spending, so it easily pulls an impressive amount of money.
One publication even said the actor. “It’s my money. If I want to buy 15000 cotton pads a day, this is my personal matter,” said johnny in an interview with reporters.
According to some, Depp owns a collection of expensive guitars, and has purchased several cars of a class “Lux”. Lawyer Michael Kamp said in the complaint that the actor doesn’t listen to anyone. According to some, one of the main Trad johnny – services specially hired actors who during filming, he recites the text in the headphones. Actor paid him hundreds of thousands of dollars. Depp have memory problems, so he can’t remember lines.
Camp continued that the star of “Pirates of the Caribbean” has always made impulsive actions. “Most likely, psychological examination proves that Depp suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder. Besides, the words of the actor about the senseless and excessive spending will be one indication of his unstable condition,” said Michael.
We will remind, the former managers claimed that they did everything possible to protect johnny from his own irresponsibility and wastefulness. According to them, the actor was on the verge of bankruptcy. However, the representatives don’t want to close the court case. Lawyers for the actor had not responded to the allegations. Many questions from the former agents of the stars was caused by his excessive spending on alcohol. In response to the complaint stated that Depp could pull 30 thousand dollars in wine, counting the money “a good investment”.