On Thursday, April 14, 2022, during Johnny Depp’s defamation lawsuit against Amber Heard, the actor’s doctor’s statement was broadcast in court. David Kipper revealed that the actor wanted to get rid of his addictions when he was engaged to the actress.
The actor’s addictions are at the center of the discussions… Thursday, April 14, 2022, during the defamation trial of Johnny Depp versus amber heard, David Kipper’s statement was published in court. If the actress assures that her ex-partner was violent when he was under the influence of drugs and alcohol, his doctor revealed that the actor was trying to get rid of his addictions when he was engaged to Amber Heard. According to David Kipper, Johnny Depp suffered from depression and anxiety and had “fear“to get rid of opiates after becoming addicted to them after a dental procedure. During his testimony, the doctor added that the father of Lily Rose Depp he planned to do a two-week rehab at his home in the Caribbean islands.
Y the actor wanted out of it, David Kipper said he was sometimes hesitant to start rehab. “He didn’t think he could do it. This changed after a conversation; she was back on board“He assured. In July 2020, Johnny Depp had mentioned his addictions in court. He then explained: “My experience with alcohol and stimulants started at a very young age. I didn’t have a particularly stable or secure family life, there were a lot of inconveniences at home. I remember my mother asking me for her pills for her nerves. Around the age of 11, I realized that these pills calmed my nerves, so I took them home and took one. It began what was the only way to mitigate the pain.“
Johnny Depp: “I had uncontrollable spasms”
Whileamber heard accuses her of domestic violence, the actor assured that he was too weakened by drugs to attack her. “I was in a lot of pain and had uncontrollable spasms. I didn’t push or attack Miss Heard, I was definitely in no condition to do so.“He confided to the bar. For his part, Johnny Depp’s doctor confided that for a long time, his relatives had feared that he abused Xanax.