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In documents obtained by the LA Times, the actor banned staff from speaking out on private matters under his company, Greenhour Corp. is pictured at 9255 W Sunset Blvd in West Hollywood, California.
The company's NDA demands 'the existence of the contractor's business and/or personal relationship with Di Caprio' remain confidential Compliant contractors were required to sign off on the agreement which states they may 'acquire information or material of an explicit, graphic, offensive, sexual and/or inappropriate nature.'Also, 'as part of the creative process, conversations, jokes, banter and behavior may contain explicit references to sex, gender, race, sexual orientation, violence and other protected categories,' the documents read.
(Leo) inside information before their steak dinner date. ' Pitch Perfect 3 stunner Elizabeth Banks certainly had Di Caprio on her mind Friday when she shared a gif of one of their scenes from Steven Spielberg's critically-acclaimed hit 2002 movie, Catch Me If You Can The FBI chase flick, based on a true story, amassed an impressive 2.1M at the box office and later spawned a Tony-nominated musical stage adaptation.
But an insider told Us Weekly that Leo - who split with Nina Agdal in May - and the 20-year-old IMG Model are just 'old family friends' because her Argentinian mother Lucila Solá is dating his friend Al Pacino.
Pitch Perfect 3 stunner Elizabeth Banks certainly had Di Caprio on her mind Friday when she shared a gif of one of their scenes from Steven Spielberg's critically-acclaimed 2002 movie, Catch Me If You Can.
The 43-year-old married mother-of-two played a Miami Mutual Bank teller called Lucy who gives check forger Frank Abagnale Jr.
Such disclaimers were set into place as a way to prevent employees from suing the company and related parties for the said purposes.
While the rules may seem extreme to some, one lawyer described the agreement to be 'pretty standard' for anyone seeking work in Hollywood.'It's meant to discourage (potential suits),' Sherman Oaks litigator, David Krause-Leemon, told the newspaper.