On August 3rd, Wade Robson’s lawyers served Jonathan Spence with a deposition subpoena, asking Spence to show up for a deposition on August 22nd. After receiving the subpoena Jonathan Spence hired a lawyer and sent an objection. (Document: https://www.scribd.com/document/360297273/Robson-Case-Spence-Protective-Order-Motion)
Spence’s original objection was about the date Robson’s lawyers set for deposition. Spence’s lawyer notified Robson’s lawyer that neither he nor Spence were available on August 22nd and asked if they can have a phone call to determine a new date.
There was a back and forth, with Spence’s lawyer repeatedly asking for a phone call to determine new date for deposition and Robson’s lawyer refusing to take part in such discussion. Then Robson’s lawyer Finaldi responded in the most rude way possible with the goal of threatening Spence.
The abominable way Robson’s lawyer Finaldi treated Jonathan Spence prompted Spence’s lawyer to look into the Robson case further. That resulted in Spence’s lawyer discovering how Safechuck claims were dismissed and how the Michael Jackson Estate have filed a summary judgment against Robson. Based on these information Spence’s lawyer concluded that Robson’s claims will also probably be dismissed.