Post by Feologild Oakes on Mar 2, 2019 1:46:48 GMT
They should take a lesson from George Harrison and Pattie Boyd and how they handled their divorce in 1977.
Boyd's solicitor, Paddy Grafton-Green of the London firm Theodore Goddard, later remarked on the sensitivity shown by each party towards the other, which he found particularly rare in his experience of high-stakes divorces. He said: "There was no overreacting, no greed or playing with each other's emotions – I wish all divorces were so well handled.
I know there is always two sides to the story and all but one obvious thing I see is that it's laughable Depp is suing her for $50mil when he clearly does not need the $ as taking a quick look around online it appears he's roughly worth $200 million which is well over what one needs to live a more than comfortable life for the rest of their lives.
but that's typical Hollywood BS for you as if someone upsets you, you sue them. personally I am not a fan of suing people in general unless something major happens were you ain't got much of a choice.
I would hate having all of those Hollywood vipers around you as being super rich attracts shady people as lawsuit here and a lawsuit there. the hell with all of that BS.
his lawyers claim cost him a place in the Pirates reboot
But at the end of the day he clearly does not need the $. that's why it's hard to feel sorry for him regardless if he's right or not as it's like he could completely disappear from acting and be set for life pretty easily. but I have a feeling those super rich people like Depp probably have a habit of spending boatloads of $ on stuff they don't really need (like more of that overkill luxury item stuff) and there multi-millions of $ don't go as far as one would think because of it. still, anyone who is a multi-millionaire it's hard to feel sorry for as they can live well above average lives and still have enough to live on for the rest of their lives as it's hard to feel sorry for people in those situations.
so while I can understand the reasoning behind his lawyers claim there with it 'costing him a role in Pirates reboot' claim, it's not like he really needs it at the end of the day as it's not going to cause him any real struggle or suffering etc. because when he looks at what he does have, which is a boatload of $, just being financially secure for life would be a great feeling/spot to be. some people need to take a step back and be thankful for what they do have as these super rich people seem to overlook this stuff. plus, while money is great, it's not everything.
hell, lets say Depp spent roughly $1mil a year on random stuff, which is a lot compared to the vast majority of people, he's still got well more than enough to last the rest of his life. so he's just greedy even 'if' he's innocent here and Heard was the villain. but since I would imagine both sides likely dislike each other quite a bit, it's probably more about trying to screw over the other more than anything else I suspect.
but on another note... I guess that's one thing that sucks about fame is you can't really trust too many people in general as people could be out for your $ or to advance their career etc more than just straight up liking you and the like.