LOS ANGELES – The estate of the late director Tony Scott has rejected a claim of more than $1 million from Creative Artists Agency.
After the “Top Gun” director jumped to his death off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in San Pedro Aug. 10, he allegedly had not paid $1,040,522 owed to the noted talent agency, which filed a demand for payment in Los Angeles Superior Court on Jan. 28.
However, last Friday the claim was turned down by R. Dennis Luderer, the personal representative of the Scott estate. No reason was given for the rejection.
Luderer’s court papers state that the value of the Scott estate is $1.25 million.