Clayton then meets with his brother Ray who provides him with keys to Eden's apartment.
The actor spent three days in jail and was given two years probation.
The central reality of the story is that the corporation is guilty, it is being sued for billions, the law firm knows it is guilty, it is being paid millions to run the defense, and now Arthur Edens holds the smoking gun and it's not quite all he's holding when he runs naked through the parking lot.
Likening his work to that of a janitor, he cleans up the messes of the firm's clients as well as that of the firm itself.
The video of the deposition is not a pretty sight.
Who else could be trusted? We then cut back to Clayton who is visiting an older man.
Michael tells her Clayton needs to focus on school.
Crowder asks him what he wants.