During the current defamation lawsuit, Johnny Depp’s former agent Tracey Jacobs accused the Pirates of the Caribbean actor of romanticising narcotics and showing up late to movie sets.
Depp‘s unprofessional behaviour prompted the film business “reluctant to use him,” according to Jacobs, who has previously worked with Gwyneth Paltrow, Jennifer Lopez, and others.
According to Jacobs, the star would “come up late to projects.”
“Initially, crews loved him because he was always so nice to them,” Jacobs told the court, “but crews don’t like waiting for hours and hours for the celebrity to show up.”
“People talked about it, and it made people wary of using him.”
Depp, according to Jacobs, had “basic issues with rage” that “worsened over time,” and lacked “patience when his needs were not met.”
Depp utilising an earpiece to aid deliver lines on stage became a “common practise,” according to the talent agency.