Leonardo DiCaprio Ordered To Testify In ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ Lawsuit | Film News
The black comedy keeps getting darker. Leonardo DiCaprio has been ordered by a judge to testify in the lawsuit raging around the 2013 comedy The Wolf of Wall Street. Andrew Greene, a former associate of the film’s flawed protagonist Jordan Belfort has claimed that supporting character Nicky “Rugrat” Koskoff, presented as a “degenerate” is loosely based on him.
His lawyers commented on the suit saying, “The motion picture’s scenes concerning Mr Greene were false, defamatory, and fundamentally injurious to Mr Greene’s professional reputation, both as an attorney and as an investment banker/venture capitalist, as well as his personal reputation”.
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