Johnny Depp’s ex-wife says she would do ‘things’ to Amber Heard as revenge if they weren’t illegal

Johnny Depp’s first wife has hit out at Amber Heard and defended her ex-husband in an explosive interview.

The Pirates of the Caribbean star married Lori Anne Allison in 1983 when he was just 20 and she was 25. The couple ended up divorcing just two years later.

Despite their short marriage, they have remained close, with the now-65-year-old revealing that seeing him in court during his defamation case against the Aquaman star “broke her heart”.

While the makeup artist has kept out of the limelight to respect the 59-year-old Hollywood star’s wishes for privacy, she didn’t hold back when reflecting on his 2022 legal battle.

Watch Allison speaking about Heard and Depp below: (at the 6:50:24 mark)

Speaking on Popcorned Planet, Allison rolled her eyes when asked how she felt seeing “she who shall not be named making all these accusations and putting him through the wringer”.

She recalled the first few times she met the 36-year-old actress and revealed: “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 the time went by and I would hear things about her – she who shall not be named – he didn’t seem too happy all the time. I didn’t see him a lot so I can’t really say,” she went on.

Allison said the testimonies made by Heard during Depp’s high-profile case “affected” her and caused her to break down “several times”.

“I felt really bad for him,” she continued. “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.”

She then referred to Isaac Baruch, one of the Edward Scissorhands actor’s closest friends who testified on his behalf, and disclosed: “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,” she disclosed.

She then shockingly added: “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.”

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In June, a Virginia jury largely sided with Depp and found that his former wife had defamed him on three counts in her 2018 op-ed for The Washington Post – where she described herself as a victim of domestic abuse.

Despite not naming her ex-husband in her article, the tumultuous trial concluded with the Fantastic Beasts star being awarded $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages, while Heard was granted $2 million in compensatory damages, but no punitive damages.

The actress filed an appeal last December, but the former couple recently came to an agreement that Heard would pay $1 million in order to settle the case.

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