Amid numerous scandals that have recently surfaced, top-secret details on those working under major Hollywood headliners have been revealed.
The details include the stars' strict non-disclosure agreements which, in some cases, ban prospective employees from taking legal action against them and demand they keep private 'offensive (or) inappropriate material' they may be subject to.
According to a Los Angeles Times report, who obtained an NDA for Leonardo DiCaprio's company, Greenhour, a stringent set of guidelines has been previously set forth.
In the document, contractors are not permitted to speak on the 'the existence of the contractor's business and/or personal relationship with DiCaprio.'
Leonardo DiCaprio is shown (second from left) at a Golden Globe Awards party on January 13, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. DiCaprio is said to have put forth a strict confidentiality agreement for prospective employees
DiCaprio is shown at the 89th Annual Academy Awards on February 26, 2017 in Los Angeles. In documents obtained by the LA Times, the actor banned clients from taking legal action against him or his company, Greenhour
Greenhour Corporation, Inc. 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 DiCaprio' remain confidendial
Agreeable contractors are 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.
Such protocols may prevent employees from suing the company and related parties.
While the rules may seem extreme to some, one Sherman Oaks lawyer described the agreement to be 'pretty standard' for work in Hollywood.