Johnny Depp alters his Amber Heard tattoo yet again
Johnny Depp displays his new tattoo as he alters the tattoo he once made for Amber Heard before their divvorce.
Johnny Depp has changed his Amber Heard knuckle tattoo once again. The actor had originally got 'slim' tattooed and people widely speculated that it was a nickname for his ex-wife, Amber Heard. However, the pair's relationship soon started crumbling down which ended in a bitter divorce.
Just 15 months after marrying Amber, Johhny changed the tattoo to 'scum'. Now, the actor has gone again and changed it into 'scam'. Johnny's friend Tommy Henriksen was the one to share the picture with his fans on Instagram. Alongside the picture he wrote, "You wanted it... you got it." Recently, Johnny admitted that he had reached rock bottom after splitting from Amber.
“I was as low as I believe I could have gotten,” he said in an interview with Rolling Stone. “The next step was, ‘You’re going to arrive somewhere with your eyes open and you’re going to leave there with your eyes closed. I couldn’t take the pain every day." In his interview, Johnny also opened up about his relationship with friends and family members along with his alcohol addiction.
"My mom was born in a f**king holler in eastern Kentucky. Her poor f**king a** was on phenobarbital at 12," Johnny said. He added that while growing up he moved about 40 times while growing up and she would frequently give him "irrational beatings". "Maybe it's an ashtray coming your way. Maybe you're gonna get clunked with the phone. It was a ghost house... no one talked. I don't think there was ever a way that I thought about people, especially women, other than 'I can fix them'," Depp added.
"Betty Sue, I worshiped her," he said before adding that "She could be a real b***h on wheels". While attending her funeral in the year 2016, Depp recalls saying, "My mom was maybe the meanest human being I have ever met in my life." Divorce with Amber came shortly after the actor's mother passed away which triggered him to go into depression.
"I was as low as I believe I could have gotten. The next step was, ‘You’re going to arrive somewhere with your eyes open and you’re going to leave with your eyes closed.’ I couldn’t take the pain every day," he said. He then went on a tour with his band 'The Hollywood Vampires' and also started to write a memoir on an old typewriter drawing inspiration from Hunter S Thompson.
"I poured myself a vodka in the morning and started writing until the tears filled my eyes and I couldn’t see the pages anymore. I kept trying to figure out what I’d done to deserve this. I tried being kind to everyone, helping everyone, being truthful to everyone," he revealed. "The truth is most important to me. And all this still happened."