Johnny Depp's First Wife Lori Brands Amber Heard 'Horrific' In Rare Interview

Johnny Depp’s Ex-Wife Lori Allison Labels Amber Heard ‘Horrific’ In Exclusive Interview

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Amber Heard has been labeled as ‘horrific’ by Lori Allison, Johnny Depp’s first wife, in the aftermath of their defamation trial. Lori and Johnny tied the knot in 1983 when he was 20 years old and she was 25, but their marriage ended in divorce only two years later, citing ‘irreconcilable differences’. But despite the split, Lori and Johnny have maintained a close relationship and she has recently disclosed that seeing him in court ‘shattered her heart’ and that she was ‘filled with dread’ at the possibility of him losing.

Although Lori has opted to stay out of the limelight to honor Johnny’s desire for privacy, she didn’t hesitate to express her emotions regarding the legal dispute.

During her appearance on the Popcorned Planet podcast, the 65-year-old makeup artist, couldn’t hide her frustration as she rolled her eyes in response to a question about her feelings on witnessing “she who shall not be named” making accusations and putting Johnny through a challenging ordeal. Lori said: “I had met her before; I’d been to parties at his house, and she seemed really nice, and she was gorgeous, and what’s not to love? But as time went by, I would hear things about her, she who shall not be named.”

Lori continued: “He [Johnny] didn’t seem too happy all the time.” I didn’t see him a lot so I can’t really say. The things that affected me more were the things he said in court; I probably broke down several times because I felt really bad for him.”

“He’s very private – which is why I don’t do interviews – and I think for him to come out so wholeheartedly was what he really needed to do. I thought it was either going to be an epic train wreck or it was going to go really well.” Seemingly alluding to Isaac Baruch, who testified in court as one of Johnny’s closest friends, Lori added: “I would call Isaac sometimes and go “What’s happening, is he ok?”

And he said, “Don’t worry, we’re going to win this,” and I would literally hang up the phone and walk around crying because I was terrified for him. I think it would’ve killed him, well maybe not, but it just broke my heart that somebody could do that to him. I’m no angel, I’ve done my share of s****y things to people, but what she did was absolutely horrific, and if there were things that I could do to her that were legal, I would do them! I would.”

As the conversation continued, Lori spoke warmly about her ex-husband Johnny. Her words conveyed a sense of nostalgia and affection towards him the actor.

Johnny Depp's Ex-Wife Lori Allison Labels Amber Heard 'Horrific' In Exclusive Interview

She said: “He’s really generous; he has the biggest heart of someone I’ve ever met. I love him to pieces, and I get all goofy-eyed when I think about him and his future, our past. I want nothing but the best for him, and I hope he feels the same about me! Can I say bad things about him? I can say bad things about everybody, but there’s no reason to. “He makes normal mistakes, as other people do.”

Lori then claimed: “But again, he’s generous, kind, and I can’t wait to be in a room with him again because I love to give him hugs.”

In 2016, Amber, who was 36 at the time, made sensational allegations against Johnny, accusing him of domestic violence. This led to a high-profile libel case in the UK, where Johnny sued The Sun for branding him a ‘wife beater.’ Unfortunately, Johnny lost the case, and as a consequence, he faced repercussions in Hollywood, including being blacklisted and losing film roles. However, following his defamation suit against Amber in 2022, the tides turned. A jury ultimately ruled that Amber’s claims against Johnny were defamatory, resulting in her being ordered to pay him $15 million in damages.

In a turn of events, Johnny was also ordered to pay Amber $2 million after she countersued for defamation.

In early December, Amber filed an appeal to contest the previous court ruling. But more recently, the former couple reached an agreement to avoid a third trial.

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