No end to the allegations: In his lawsuit against a newspaper, Johnny Depp has now been accused of allegedly hating women.
In his lawsuit against an English newspaper, new charges against Johnny Depp (57, "Pirates of the Caribbean") were raised on Monday. Allegedly, a "deep misogyny" is the root of the actor's anger, which is said to have been expressed in outbreaks of violence against his ex-wife Amber Heard (34). The British "Guardian" reports.
Heard and Depp accuse each other of domestic violence. The Hollywood star does not conduct the lawsuit against his ex-wife, but against the British tabloid "The Sun", which had dubbed him "woman beater". Depp is said to have had very negative comments about women in old news. He had pressed Heard into a misogynistic role and also portrayed her as quarrelsome, as an adulterer and as someone who was only out for money, as a lawyer at the publisher suggested.
"Conflict of generations"
Heard and Depp's marriage was therefore referred to in court as a "conflict between generations". The actor was also dubbed a "hopeless addict" who could no longer properly perceive "his own harmful behavior".
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp got married in February 2015, and in May 2016 it was announced that the actress had filed for divorce. A final declaration by Depp's lawyers is scheduled for tomorrow Tuesday. The end of the process is also expected this week.