Johnny Depp has come to an agreement with two former bodyguards who sued him last year, claiming that they were underpaid and overworked and exposed to unsafe conditions & # 39 ;.
The case is now closed with future hearings canceled, reports The Blast.
From documents of the court of 4 January, it appears that the bodyguards have reached a conditional arrangement that regulates the whole issue and resolves with regard to every suspect and prosecutor. & # 39;
Case closed: Johnny Depp reached an agreement with two former bodyguards who sued him last year due to unsafe conditions and overworked and underpaid
No details of the terms of the settlement have been disclosed, including whether Depp has paid the duo in a cash deal.
Eugene Arreola and Miguel Sanchez claim that Depp, 55, has been overworked and underpaid during an unbearable & # 39; two-year period in which they say they had to act as a babysitter.
The duo filed a lawsuit against the actor in California in May 2018.
They claimed that between April 2016 and January 2018 they had not paid overtime and received food and rest breaks while caring for Depp and his family.
The lawsuit contained explosive accusations, including the claim that they once had to wipe drugs from Depp's face in a nightclub to stop others around him to see the dust.
The men say they should not just watch as Depp & # 39; struggled & # 39; in a & # 39; financial hurricane & # 39 ;, but that they also had to act as babysitters for his children.
Underpack: No details of the terms of the settlement have been disclosed, including whether Depp (depicted on December 21) has paid the duo in a deal
Unhealthy environment: Eugene Arreola and Miguel Sanchez claim that Depp, 55, overworked and underpaid during an unbearable & # 39; period of two years in which they say that they have to act as a babysitter
One of them claimed that one of his main responsibilities was to make sure that one of the children (he did not say) was well taken care of because they lived in an annexe on the Los Angeles compound in Los Angeles.
They asked for unspecified compensation and compensation to make good the money they claimed to be due.
Often times [they] were forced to protect Depp against himself and his vices while he was in public, and became caretakers for him. An incident at a local nightclub [them] alarming Depp of illegal substances visible on his face and person while preventing viewers from noticing his condition
The lawsuit, which DailyMail.com obtained, describes how Sanchez and Arreola, a 38-year-old LAPD veteran, worked with Depp for fun at a security company he had hired for years before the problems began.
Arreola started working for him in 2007 and came close to his mother, Betty Sue Palmer, who initiated the lawsuit. It is not clear how long Sanchez has worked for him.
& # 39;[They] witnessed that Depp became increasingly involved in personal unrest and got out of the reality around him.
The bodyguards said they had to work 24 hours a day, without food or rest breaks, at the house of Depp in the Hollywood Hills (Above) and that they would sometimes accompany him and his children
The bodyguards say they were told to give in to each and every whim; & # 39; from Depp & # 39; s children, 16-year-old John (left in 2015) and Lily-Rose, 18, (just in February)
& # 39; Start 2016, [they] began to notice a marked change in Depp and the atmosphere in his compound in Hollywood Hills. Depp began to make sudden and drastic changes to his staff and management team, creating a financial crisis for everyone around him, except for Depp himself, "said the lawsuit.
In April 2016, in the midst of his tumultuous marriage with Amber Heard, Depp sacked Premier Group International, the company that employed both Sanchez and Arreola.
According to the bodyguards, he and his entourage decided that they would disable the middle man & # 39; and hiring the guards themselves to prevent them from paying a brokerage fee.
One of the guards came close to the actor & # 39; s mother Betty Sue Palmer after she had protected her for years and still visits her grave on her birthday, the progress of the trial
Then they took over the control of the two guards' wages and were irresponsible to keep up with them, it was claimed.
Not only did they have to go to work 12-o'clock days, sometimes back-to-back shifts, the guards said their jobs began protecting Depp and others around him who & # 39; were engaged in illegal activities & # 39 ;.
& # 39;[They] were in situations that required more than what a bodyguard should do.
& # 39;[They] were constantly used as drivers, driving back and forth at the tips of Depp or his family.[they] were repeatedly asked to drive vehicles that contain illegal substances, open containers and minors.
& # 39; They were asked to follow unstable persons in Depp & # 39; s life and environment, & # 39; said the process.
Sanchez claimed that he had been assigned for a while to take care of one of Depp's two children. The process did not say anything but the actor has two; 19-year-old Lily-Rose and 16-year-old John Depp III.
Sanchez, whose main detail was the protection of the children of Depp, was more often than not the primary caretaker of the minor child of Depp who lived alone in a separate house of the compound of Depp.
Sanchez was instructed to give children in every infatuation of Depp's and was afraid he would lose his job if he did not meet their requirements.
Worse, Sanchez had to give up every disappointment of Depp's children and feared he would lose his job if he did not meet their demands, "according to the lawsuit.
It also claimed that they had to act as a caretaker for Depp whose problems with drugs and alcohol had been well documented in the past.
& # 39; Often times [they] were forced to protect Depp against himself and his vices while he was in public, and became caretakers for him.
& # 39; An incident at a local nightclub [them] alarming Depp of illegal substances visible on his face and person while preventing viewers from noticing his condition, & # 39;
The men say that they have retired due to the & # 39; toxic & # 39; and & # 39; dangerous & # 39; working environment to which they were subjected "despite the fact that they enjoyed many of the people with whom they cooperated and had no ill will towards Johnny Depp."
Depp has been shown with other guards since Sanchez and Arreola left their jobs.
At the beginning of 2016, when Depp was married to Amber Heard, the guards said that they saw that he became more and more entangled in unrest and disconnected from reality & # 39;