당시, De Niro’s longtime rep Stan Rosenfield huffed, “Your story is based on something that never happened from a source who has an ax to grind.”
So we were (전혀) surprised to hear De Niro’s divorce attorney argue in court Friday that her client, 잘, wouldn’t have to keep making s–tty movies if Hightower didn’t spend all his money.
“씨. 드니로는 77 살이에요, and while he loves his craft, he should not be forced to work at this prodigious pace because he has to,” 변호사, Caroline Krauss, told a Manhattan judge.
“게스트 호스트 Tyrus는 Brennan이 Harris에게 자신이 흑인 여성이기 때문에 전임자보다 더 면밀한 조사를 받고 있다고 생각하는지 물은 것에 대해 꾸짖었습니다.? When does he get the opportunity to not take every project that comes along and not work six-day weeks, 12-hour days so he can keep pace with Ms. Hightower’s thirst for Stella McCartney?”
The pair split in 2018, and are currently fighting in court over how much the legendary actor should have to fork over to Hightower before the divorce is finalized.
At the time of our original story, De Niro had recently made howlers including “Dirty Grandpa,” “Grudge Match” 과 “The Intern,” and he’s since added “The War With Grampa” — an unbidden sequel to “Dirty Grampa” — and “The Comeback Trail” to his odious oeuvre.
Our source had an ax to grind? 잘, now de Niro has an ex to fund.
Rosenfield declined to comment.
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