A classic case of character versus spite, two women who are the best judge of Johnny Depp’s character have come to his defense.
Lori Anne Allison and Vanessa Paradis both past flames of Johnny Depp are defending the Pirates of the Caribbean star declaring Depp was never and still isn’t a woman beater while asserting the falsehood of Amber Heard’s claim.
Amber Heard was granted a restraining order against Johnny Depp, Friday, (May, 27) after laying a domestic violence allegations on the 52 year-old, a claim that can damage his reputation.
Vanessa Paradis who was Depp’s long-term partner and mother of his two children – Lily-Rose, 17, and Jack, 14 wrote a letter debunking Heard’s allegation.
Paradis was Johnny’s partner from 1998 – 2012 and despite having every reason to be scorned seeing as Depp left her for the younger Heard, she called her ex “a sensitive, loving and loved person.”
She wrote, “To whom it may concern, Johnny Depp is the father of my two children, he is a sensitive, loving and loved person, and I believe with all my heart , that these recent allegations being made are outrageous. In all the years I have known Johnny, he has never been physically abusive with me and this looks nothing like the man I lived with for fourteen wonderful years.”
Just as Lori, who was also married to Johnny from 1983 to 1985, disclosed falsehood in Heard’s claim.
Lori confided in friends that Depp never got physical with her during their time together, stating that Depp never even raised his voice. She further described him as a “soft person” who is even kind to animals.
According to her, Depp was more loving to the dog they shared during their marriage than most parents were with their kids.
She added that they were still friends as they both spoke last week after she called to offer her condolences over the death of Depp’s mother, Betty Sue Palmer.
Heard is bi-sexual and her closeness with Cara Delevingne has been mentioned as one reason the couple are embroiled in this messy battle.
Source, TMZ, Dailymail