Amber cited that the former stepdaughter was a witness to an assault she suffered from Johnny Depp, during a yacht trip with the family.
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(updated at 6:01 pm)
Actress Lily-Rose Depp said she does not comment or intend to comment on the lawsuit filed by her father, Johnny Depp, against his ex-wife, Amber Heard. The trial became a media sensation this year when it was broadcast in its entirety over the internet.
She was asked about it by Elle magazine and gave her justification. “When it’s something that’s so private and so personal and it becomes something that’s not so personal… I felt entitled to have my own thought garden,” she said.
It is worth remembering that, during the trial, Amber mentioned that the former stepdaughter was a witness to an assault that she suffered from Johnny Depp, during a yacht trip with the family. It was in March 2013 when the “Aquaman” star jumped ship with the help of Lily-Rose, ashamed of being assaulted and her ex-husband’s accusations that she had humiliated him in front of their children.
The young woman elaborated a little more on her decision to walk away from this controversy. “I don’t think I’m here to speak for anybody, and I think for a long time of my career people wanted to define me by the men in my life, whether it was my boyfriends or family members or whatever. I’m really ready to be defined for what I put out to the public,” he added.
The star of the upcoming HBO series “The Idol” also complained about the treatment she often receives in the media as “Johnny Depp’s daughter”. “It’s weird for me to reduce a person to the idea that they’re just where they are because of a generational factor. It doesn’t make any sense to me,” she complained.
“The internet cares a lot more about who’s in your family than the people who cast you in a production. Maybe you have a foot in the door, but it’s just a foot in the door. There’s a lot of work that comes after that.” , completed.
In addition to “The Idol”, which has yet to receive a premiere date, Lily-Rose Depp will soon be seen in the remake of the horror classic “Nosferatu”, directed by Roger Eggers (“The Man from the North”), and in the drama “The Governesses”, alongside South Korean revelation Hoyeon (“Round 6”).
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