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  • Johnny Depp battles City of West Hollywood

    It's a Pirate's View for Depp

    The `Caribbean' star has W. Hollywood officials on legal gangplank over plans for a retail project he says would ruin one of the vistas at his estate.

    By Bob Pool, Times Staff Writer
    April 29, 2006

    Actor Johnny Depp sometimes takes a dim view of American politics. But now he's taking an even dimmer view of West Hollywood politicians.

    The "Pirates of the Caribbean" star is in a legal sword fight with city officials who have authorized a Sunset Strip construction project that he insists would ruin a scenic view from an area of his $5.4-million Hollywood Hills property.

    The megastar contends in a lawsuit that the city violated environmental-quality laws by approving development of retail shops, a restaurant and a parking structure on a lot beneath his gated, 2 1/2 -acre Sweetzer Avenue estate.
    http://www.latimes.com/entertainment...dlines-entnews
    Last edited by ALIASd; 04-29-2006, 02:15 PM.
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