Leonardo DiCaprio Summoned In Court For ‘Wolf of Wall Street’

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After 2 years Wolf of Wall Street is in news again but this time its not good at all. Leonardo DiCaprio is summoned in court due to a lawsuit filed by Andrew Greene over a character that he claims was based on him.

Greene claimed that he was defamed in the movie by the character played by PJ Byrne named Nicky “Rugrat” Koskoff. However, the production said that the character was inspired by some individuals including Greene.

Andrew Greene’s lawyers stated that Martin Scorsese and writer Terence consulted Leonardo DiCaprio time to time about the script of the movie. DiCaprio just won his first Oscar for Revenant.

However it isn’t sure when DiCaprio will be summoned but he will indeed. Its going to be a tough time for him because he isn’t a guy who gets involved in it all and this seems a very dim case.

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But the lawsuit is of more than $50 Million and Greene would definitely want to get his hands full and won’t let any chance be spared. Wolf of Wall Street was a masterpiece and was among the best performances from Leo.

The movie was nominated for five Academy Awards but won none of them. Leonardo was nominated as the best actor but that year was a big upset for him because he deserved it for WOWS.

We will keep you updated about this controversy and when Leo will be questioned we will get to you with the most accurate news. Stay connected!

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Written by Jinu Saroha

Jinu Saroha

Writing is his passion. He is currently writing his first novel and in the meantime he is writing for us in News category, Mind Bending Theories, and Entertainment section. He is a really skillful author who gives his own touch while writing which makes it even more interesting.

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