David Dobrik could be working with Johnny Depp’s lawyers for Jeff Wittek case

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Fans think David Dobrik might be working with Johnny Depp’s lawyers for his upcoming legal tryst with Jeff Wittek, after unearthing a clip that sees them mention the YouTuber.

In recent years, Dobrik has come under fire for several situations. First, he was accused of enabling his friend Durte Dom, who was accused of sexual assault against a girl that appeared in one of Dobrik’s vlogs.

Then, a few months later, he caused near-fatal injuries to his friend Jeff Wittek after swinging him on a crane, which caused a huge rift between the two — so much so, that Wittek is now suing Dobrik for the incident.

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While it has only just been revealed that Wittek is suing, the process will have been ongoing for some time now, and it looks like Dobrik might be recruiting some of Hollywood’s biggest lawyers to handle his case.

Jeff Wittek eye injury hospitalInstagram: jeffwittek
Jeff Wittek suffered a severe eye injury after a stunt with the Vlog Squad went wrong.

Johnny Depp’s representatives in his globally-viewed case against Amber Heard became stars themselves throughout the process, with Ben Chew and Camille Vasquez becoming household names for anyone paying attention.

Now, it looks like they might be swapping the silver screen for the YouTube scene, if this clip is anything to go by.

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After wrapping up their case with Depp and Heard, Chew can be heard telling Vasquez that he “had a great talk with David Dobrik today,” suggesting that they could be representing him in the future.

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This doesn’t mean with 100% certainty that they will be representing Dobrik in the Wittek case, but fans believe it is pointing that way unless there are other ongoing legal issues with Dobrik that are as yet unstated.

It goes without saying that Chew and Vasquez are definitely good lawyers to have on your side given how the Depp vs Heard case went — but would they help Dobrik achieve the same result?

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