January 17, 2017
Letting a bunch of Jews manage your money while you go off to party is so dumb only a celebrity could do it. Someone like Johnny Depp, with a pea-sized brain and no education, is a crippled gazelle for Hollywood’s apex predator.
The (((Pirates of Los Angeles))) may not be romantic adventurers or gifted sword fighters, but if you trust them to bury your treasure, you’ll always find it half-empty when you go dig it up.
Johnny Depp is the latest Hollywood star to claim the people he trusted with his money stole from him, according to a complaint filed Friday in L.A. County Superior Court.
Depp is suing The Management Group, along with two of its attorneys, for negligence, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty, among other claims. According to the complaint, TMG acted as Depp’s legal, business, tax and accounting advisers from 1999 to 2016 — during which time they collected $28 million in contingent fees that Depp says he never agreed to.
“Mr. Depp is one of the most sought after and highly paid actors in the world,” writes attorney Matthew Kanny in the complaint. “He is also the victim of the gross misconduct of his business managers — The Management Group and attorneys Joel and Robert Mandel — who collected tens of millions of dollars of contingent fees, purportedly based on an oral contract, all at Mr. Depp’s expense.”
Depp also claims TMG consistently failed to file or pay his taxes on time, costing him $5.6 million in federal penalties and interest, failed to keep proper books and loaned nearly $10 million of his money to third parties without authorization. He also says TMG was self-dealing by investing his money in business ventures in which they had ownership interests.
Depp fired the firm last March, after TMG informed him that he’d need to sell a large piece of property in France to remain financially solvent. He then hired Edward White, who engaged in a full review of Depp’s finances and discovered the alleged mismanagement.
Depp is seeking damages of at least $25 million, disgorgement of TMG’s profits from any unlawful conduct, rescission of a promissory note lending $5 million to TMG and an injunction to stop the company from foreclosing on any of his properties.
Michael Kump, attorney for TMG and the Mandels, issued a statement Friday calling the suit a complete fabrication:
“For 30 years, Joel and Rob Mandel, and their company The Management Group, have been trusted business managers to some of the most successful individuals and companies in the entertainment business,” says Kump. “For 17 of those years, they did everything possible to protect Depp from his irresponsible and profligate spending. In December 2012, Depp faced financial ruin with the impending default on a $5 million bank loan. The Mandels bailed him out by loaning him $5 million, which he promised to repay by January 2014.
How is it possible for someone with a net worth of $400 million dollars to be facing “financial ruin” without someone Jewing someone? Even Depp’s $150 million dollar divorce settlement with Vanessa Paradis and latest $7 million shakedown could easily have been absorbed. If such an individual is as financially irresponsible as the (((Mandel’s))) say he is, why are they loaning him millions of dollars?
The problem with capitalism is that resources are concentrated to the names of the worst and most useless people: actors, rappers, football players. It’s a system rigged by Jews who want to make a lot of money without working by parting fools from their cash.