Johnny Depp Destroys Amber Heard in New Song: “YOU’VE SAID ENOUGH”

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After winning a headline-grabbing libel lawsuit last month, Johnny Depp lashes out at ex-wife Amber Heard in two songs with Jeff Beck.

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“A thief is a thief… I don’t believe in people anymore,” he continues This is a song for Miss Hedy Lamarra track that appears on an album Depp recorded with the legendary British guitarist.

“I was overwhelmed by it,” said Beck of the track. “That song is one of the reasons I asked him to do an album with me.”

Elsewhere on the album, Depp sings the lyrics, “I think you’ve said enough for a motherf-ing night,” the London Sunday Times reported.

Beck announced during a June 2 show in the English town of Gateshead that the duo would be releasing the titled record 18 this month.

“I’m going to take this opportunity to tell you that I met this guy five years ago and we’ve never stopped laughing since,” Beck told the crowd about Depp (via Stereogum). “We actually made an album. I don’t know how it happened. It will be out in July.”

The album is called 18 because that’s the age they both feel when they make music together, that Times reported.

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On another track, called Sad mother—in’ paradeDepp slams Heard again as he sings the line, “You sit there like a dog with a seven year itch… If I had a dime it wouldn’t reach your hand,” he said Times.

Depp, 59, has shared the stage with Beck, 76, at a series of recent concerts in the UK, playing covers of Dennis Wilson, Marvin Gaye, Jimi Hendrix and Killing Joke.

In this image obtained by Reuters from social media, actor Johnny Depp stands on stage alongside musician Jeff Beck during a concert in Gateshead, Britain, on June 2, 2022.
In this image obtained by Reuters from social media, actor Johnny Depp stands on stage alongside musician Jeff Beck during a concert in Gateshead, Britain, on June 2, 2022. Photo by Lianne Templeman /via REUTERS

In addition to the two original songs, the couple covers John Lennon and the Beach Boys, among others, on the record.

Depp is no stranger to music, appearing in Hollywood Vampires alongside Joe Perry, Alice Cooper and Tommy Henriksen.

Last month, a seven-member jury awarded Depp $10 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages (which is capped at $350,000) after ruling that Heard defamed him when she penned an op-ed in 2018 describing herself as a “public figure who represents domestic violence.”

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But Heard’s attorneys have asked a judge to overturn the $10.35 million judgment against them, arguing that one of the jurors — known as Juror #15 — may not have been properly reviewed by the court.

“In this case, it appears that juror #15 was not in fact the same person listed on the jury,” attorney Elaine Bredehoft wrote in a filing received Friday meeting. “MS. Heard’s due process has therefore been compromised. In these circumstances, a mistrial should be declared and a new trial ordered.”

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The move could be a last-ditch effort to avoid paying the sentence imposed on her. TMZ has reported that Heard, who cannot pay Depp or bail, could be on the hook for the full amount after her insurance company said her article was “premeditious” and “malicious”.

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The New York Marine and General Insurance Co. wants a statement from the judge that, under their policy and the law, they are not responsible for paying damages on the actress’ behalf.

Depp has yet to respond to Heard’s filing, but in an Instagram post after winning his case, he thanked his fans for their unwavering support, writing, “We’ve been everywhere together, we’ve seen everything together. We walked the same path together. We did the right thing together, all because you cared. And now we will all move forward together.”

In response, a representative for Heard said dem toronto sun, “Just as Johnny Depp says he’s moving ‘forward,’ women’s rights are moving backward. The verdict’s message to victims of domestic violence is … be afraid to stand up and speak out.”

Heard, who won $2 million in her countersuit against Depp, has not only sought to overturn the verdict but has announced that she will appeal the verdict.

mdaniell@postmedia.com

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