This is so sad to hear confirmed — ugh. Johnny Depp's former business managers have confirmed in legal documents put out to public light this weekend that the actor apparently DID physically abuse his ex-wife Amber Heard on several occasions, and tried to cover it up at least once. Related: It's Been A Shitty Month For Johnny [...]
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Is this one of the lies to authorities we've been hearing so much about with Johnny Depp??? Legal documents obtained by People allege that the former managers who worked with Depp — The Management Group (TMG) — apparently confirm that the actor himself was "fully aware" that he was illegally bringing his dogs into Australia two [...]
One of the biggest stories of 2017 for the VR industry is also one of its longest. The year started out with ZeniMax Media taking Facebook-owned Oculus to court over an alleged theft of technology. A jury eventually ruled that Oculus must pay ZeniMax $500 million, but that wasn’t the end of things — ZeniMax […]
The increasingly messy legal battle between Johnny Depp and his former business managers marches on. People has obtained court documents filed in May by Joel and Rob Mandel and the Management Group that seem to corroborate Amber Heard’s allegations of physical abuse at the hands of the Pirates actor.“Mandel was ... More »
The organization's landmark legal case seeks to have 11 chimpanzees currently housed at a dismal holding facility be released to accredited sanctuaries. The post Alan Cumming Joins PETA to Announce Legal Action to Release Tonka appeared first on PETA.
Award-winning actor Alan Cumming joined PETA in Los Angeles today to announce a landmark legal claim to release 11 chimpanzees—including Tonka, his co-star in the 1997 film Buddy, and... The post Alan Cumming Unveils PETA’s Legal Action to Free His Caged Former Co-Star appeared first on PETA.