Johnny Depp called his former partner and mother of his children, Vanessa Paradis

Johnny Depp called his former partner and mother of his children, Vanessa Paradis
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The court session between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard continues! But as it turned out, not only the last scandalous wife of a Hollywood actor was able to awaken in him not the most pleasant emotions. He called former partner and mother of his children Vanessa Paradis, a " French sex extortionist " in a message to Elton John. HOWEVER, ALL THE FORCES OF THE PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN star are now focused on the libel trial against the ex-wife.

The second week of court hearings ended with the jury being shown video and audio recordings of " episodes of violence " involving Depp. Heard's lawyers try to portray Johnny as an out-of-control alcoholic and drug addict, while he claims that it was AMBER WHO WAS THE AGGRESSOR during their heated argument. During his testimony, the actor told the court that she bullied him, called him names, threatened to hurt herself if he left her, and used hard drugs throughout their marriage.

On one of those nervous days, he remembered how the star said that his two children - Lily-Rose Depp and son John Christopher "Jack" Depp III did not like him at all, and Johnny was a disgusting father. Although the actor himself assures, the reason is the bad relationship of his heirs with Amber, because they never liked her. But to disprove this claim, Heard's team produced an email Depp wrote in 2013 to Elton John by mail. He complained about his ex-Miss Paradise, who gave him two children. In a letter, Johnny told Sir Elton about his mother's health and then admitted to the singer that his children "fell in love" with a new darling, but now the former is trying to "brainwash" them.

"On the other side of the coin… my kids fell head over heels in love with my girl, and that pressure was gone from my shoulders! Despite the attempts of the French extortionist to brainwash them against her, which I am sure will inevitably happen," he wrote to Elton John.

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