Clint Eastwood won $2 million in a lawsuit in which he said that a CBD store used his name to promote their products.

After Eastwood’s lawsuit said that CBD manufacturers and marketers made news articles and search results that made it look like Eastwood was promoting their products, the judge ruled in his favor. Based on the order that was given last month:

Eastwood sued CBD companies in 2020, saying he had never worked in the cannabis business. In the lawsuit, it was said that Norok Innovation planned to use his fame to lure people to a website that sold CBD products.

But Eastwood did not get the $3 million he said he would get. U.S. District Judge Cormac Carney said that the amount Eastwood asked for was fair because the defendants had broken the law by taking advantage of and misusing Plaintiff’s rights to make money.

The judge said that Eastwood had signed an endorsement deal before for a Super Bowl ad in 2012 that showed how the country was getting better after the recession. He said that he took less money than he was worth because he believed in the message of the commercial.

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Clint Eastwood’s net worth explored

Clint Eastwood became well-known after he was in the TV westerns Rawhide and the Dollars Trilogy. He was also mayor of the California town of Carmel-by-the-Sea for two years.

CelebrityNetWorth estimates that the 92-year-net old’s worth is around $375 million. He has a lot of money because of his work in the entertainment business.

In 1984, he was paid $12 million for Any Way But Loose and $5 million for City Heat. In 1993, when he was in “In the Line of Fire,” he made about $7 million.

Eastwood also owns a number of large homes. He owns a lot of property in California, including a 15,000-square-foot estate in Carmel-by-the-Sea, a 6,136-square-foot house in Bel Air, and a 1067-acre ranch in Burney called Rising River Ranch. He also has another one close to his main home in Bel Air. He owns a 1.5-acre oceanfront property in Maui and a 5,700-square-foot house in Sun Valley, Idaho.

In the late 1990s, the Pebble Beach Golf Links was put up for sale. Peter Ueberroth, who used to be the head of Major League Baseball, decided to start an investment group called Clint Eastwood. Richard Ferris, who used to be the CEO of United Airlines, also joined them.

Each of the three paid $20 million for their share of the investment, and they found 132 private minority investors. Golf star Arnold Palmer was one of them, and he paid $10 million for his piece.

The final price they were willing to pay was $820 million, which was less than the $1 billion that their competitors were willing to pay. Even so, Lone Cypress agreed to the deal. The deal was finalized in 1999, and the investment has tripled in value in the last 20 years.