Johnny Depp finally reached a deal with the two former bodyguards who accused the actor of exposing them "unsafe conditions" and "illegal substances."
On January 4, court documents were filed in Los Angeles by the bodyguards informing the court that they have “reached a conditional settlement which settles and resolved the entire matter as to each Defendant and each Plaintiff.”
All the future hearings were canceled and the case was closed.
The terms of the settlement are unclear or if Depp was forced to shell out any cash in the deal, however, it appears that everyone involved is satisfied with the terms of the settlement.
As we reported, two men claimed they worked private security for the "Fantastic Beasts" star between 2016 and 2017. They were part of a security firm Depp had allegedly used since 2007.
They claim the actor began acting erratically, including putting them in dangerous situations and creating a "toxic" working environment. The men also claim he exposed them to "illegal substances."
Depp had not responded to the case at all, but it is clear negotiations had been going on between the two parties.