Johnny Depp said he was ‘lucky’ to date Amber Heard

Johnny Depp said he was ‘lucky’ to date Amber Heard

Johnny Depp said he was ‘lucky’ to date Amber Heard

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard started dating on the set of The Rum Diary, Courtesy (Google).

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  • Johnny Depp and Amber Heard started dating on the set of The Rum Diary.
  • He helped her land the part of Mera in Aquaman even while they were in court.
  • She has been asked to pay him $10.35 million in damages for defamation.
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On the sets of The Rum Diary, Johnny Depp met Amber Heard. Within days, the couple hit it off and started dating. They finally had their beach wedding in 2015 to say “I do.” Here’s a look back at JD’s intense love for the Aquaman 2 actress, even though we all know what happened next.

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Amber recently declared that she still loved Johnny and had no ill will toward him. After losing the 2020 UK trial, Depp marked his victory in the defamation case against the former couple. The Justice League actress has been asked to pay her ex-husband $10.35 million in damages as a result of everything.

When they were dating, Johnny Depp genuinely loved Amber Heard. He acknowledged helping his lover land the part of Mera in Aquaman even while they were in court. He once attended the premiere of The Danish Girl and was just as supportive of her other films.

“We connect on a lot of levels but the first things that really got me was she’s an aficionado of the blues, Johnny Depp said of Amber Heard to the media. I would play a song, some old obscure blues song, and she knew what it was. She’s very very literate. She’s a voracious reader as I have been, so we connected on that as well and she’s kind of brilliant and beautiful. I am a lucky man.”

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After their televised, high-profile fight, Johnny is currently working to advance his career. He sued the actress for $50 million because she wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post in which she said that her human rights had been violated.

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