The faltering actor joked on Thursday about assassinating President Trump asking "When was the last time an actor assassinated a president . . . maybe it's time." Yes, the violent ex- husband of Amber Heard alludes to the idea that he wants to kill the president of the United States.
Legal documents published by Deadline Hollywood claim Depp's team was aware that he had "gotten physical" with his ex-wife.
Heard said Johnny abused her during their relationship and they settled their divorce in August 2016. It's reported that Heard collected $7 million from Depp and didn't stop at "Go."
Although Depp denied the abuse ever took place and that Heard merely wanted to be publicly heard from for her "fifteen minutes of fame," it was later revealed by house staff and security that Depp was indeed abusive to her.
The un-comedic actor has been undergoing serious financial problems which has become public knowledge in recent months. But more legal documents published by Deadline reveal that Depp refused to begin flying commercial after his business manager begged him to "take it easy" on the holiday spending.
In his latest "Pirates of the Caribbean" movie the Hollywood Reporter said that Depp was drinking excessively during the filming and was constantly late to the set, leaving "hundreds of extras waiting for hours at a time" to film scenes with him.
One source called Depp a "train wreck" and claimed he got into a physical altercation at one point.
Even some of his most loyal fans (aka 'fanatics') wonder if he is having a mental breakdown.
One Twitter user wrote: "Depp is an idiot who's life is in shambles. Another celebrity meltdown."
--Ruth Hooper (@Hooper19Hooper) June 23, 2017.
Some call for Depp to be boycotted over the legal documents that mention Heard and his comments about Trump.
The actor's latest "Pirates" movie has received only mediocre reaction domestically.
Hopefully President Trump's Secret Service team along with the FBI will put an end to these Hollywood cretins from making threats against his life. It's illegal to do so and the law ought to be followed in all cases of threats to the life of a U.S. president.