to connectVideoFire general claims fire-FIGHTERS set up to probe the deadly blaze, and to protect, Edward Norton
The Fire Marshal Scott Specht, is the lead investigator in the March 22 fire that took the life of a firefighter, filed a notice of claim on the 13th of December, based on the investigation of the fire was a set-up in order to protect the production company of actor Edward Norton.
Actor Edward Norton gives us his account of the deadly fire on the set of “Motherless Brooklyn,” when it dropped in February, according to new court documents.
The “Fight Club” star was shooting the film on 773 Pcs. Nicholas Ave. on March 22, 2018, when the fire broke out, in which the life of the artist, Michael Davidson.
Davidson’s widow, Eileen, and five displaced tenants sued the production company, Class 5, Inc., as well as the building’s owner, claiming that their negligence led to the fire.
THE FIRE MARSHAL CLAIMS FIRE-FIGHTERS SET UP TO PROBE THE DEADLY BLAZE, AND TO PROTECT, EDWARD NORTON, REPORT
Norton is set to testify in the cases on Feb. 20.
EDWARD NORTON’S PRODUCTION COMPANY, SUED OVER THE BEGINNING OF A FIRE
Four of the displaced residents are trying to drop Norton in the last month, he was present on the night of the fire.
The Video showed the actor, apparently, be sad, as he stood outside the building while the fire fighters and trucks were on the scene fighting the fire.
The attorneys for the plaintiffs declined to comment.
NEW YORK FIREFIGHTER DIES BATTLING BLAZE ON THE SET OF BRUCE WILLIS, EDWARD NORTON, FILM,
The lawyers for the Class 5, and a rep for Norton not immediately return requests for comment.