LAS VEGAS Illusionist David Copperfield don’t have to pay damages to a man who was wounded during one of his tricks. A U.s. jury ruled that Copperfield is not liable for the incident from 2013, message to the newspaper Las Vegas Review-Journal.
A British man had Copperfield, the company of the illusionist and others attacked. The tourist would brain injury have suffered when he was in Las Vegas voluntarily participated in a disappearing act. He crashed when he, after his ’disappearance’ through a dark an escape route had to hurry.
The defense lawyers argued that the Brit the severity of his injury overreacted. They showed the images that show how the man outside the court without assistance able to walk, while he was in the building, was supported by family members. “He is caught,” concluded a lawyer. “He nept the quantity in the courtroom.”
The tourist found that the trick was so dangerous set up. Three women reported that they were injured during the show. The jury stated that Copperfield and his company earlier falls had to investigate, but found nevertheless that the Brit is responsible for his injuries.