Johnny Depp opens up about his mother's abuse

Johnny Depp opens up about his mother's abuse
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Hollywood actor Johnny Depp spoke about the abuse of his mother with him.
Hollywood actor Johnny Depp spoke about the abuse by his mother during the trial against his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard . People magazine writes about it.

The 58-year-old artist said his late mother, Betty Sue Palmer, was ruthless towards him when he was growing up. "Verbal abuse and psychological abuse were almost worse than beatings. The beatings were just physical pain. You can deal with physical pain. You learn to accept it," Depp said.

According to him, Palmer threw various objects at him, as well as hit her children on the head, and "could be as cruel as possible." However, Depp emphasized that his father, John Depp Sr., was a very kind, quiet, and shy person who "never went into conflict with his family."

Earlier, the 61-year-old sister of Johnny Depp Christi Dembrowski said that they were repeatedly beaten by their mother in childhood with her brother. About the harsh treatment of mother Betty Sue Palmer's sister Johnny Depp told during the trial between the artist and his ex-wife, actress Amber Heard.

His secret life as an A-lister is far from his troubled upbringing as dropping out of high school with an offensive and suicidal mother. Still, now Johnny Depp is telling the whole world that he is too young. So how did he go Hollywood from Kentucky?

On Tuesday, The Pirates of the Caribbean star described a childhood that was described as harsh at the hands of his mother when he pointed a $100 million defamation suit against his ex-wife, Amber Heard.
Speaking in a low voice, Depp made a measurable but clear statement that it was like living in a house where he, his three siblings, and his father were frightened of his fierce and forceful mother.

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