Johnny Depp's son Jack is the spitting image of his father as he poses shirtless on 18th birthday
Johnny Depp's son Jack was seen in a rare picture shared by his sister Lily-Rose.
In the pictures, Jack very closely resembles his father when he was a teen. In a rare picture shared by his Lily-Rose, a shirtless Jack can be seen writing on a pad while catching the sunlight on the patio.
Lily-Rose, 20, shared the picture on Instagram to celebrate her brother's 18th birthday on April 10. She later deleted the post. However, certain fan pages shared the picture and you can check it out here.
Jack is seen sporting a pair of shorts and sunglasses while he looked at the camera, bearing a striking resemblance to the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' star.
Lily had captioned the picture, "My little baby Jackie is 18… My baby bro my heart and soul happy birthday I love you SO MUCH!" The post also featured a series of black and white images that showed the siblings making funny faces.
Johnny Depp shares Jack and Lily with his ex Vanessa Paradis whom he was with between 1998 and 2012. He then went on marry Amber Heard in 2013 but the pair divorced within a year and have been embroiled in an ugly legal battle ever since.
We had previously reported how a disturbing audio clip revealed the aftermath of an incident that saw Depp having the tip of his right hand's middle finger severed. The audio clip was from March 2015, when the former couple entered into a violent argument that ended up with Depp almost losing one of his digits. The recording was obtained by Daily Mail.
Depp has maintained in both a court deposition as well as in his declaration filed last year as part of the $50 million defamation lawsuit against his former wife, that he sustained the finger injury when the 'Aquaman' actress threw a vodka bottle at him.
The bottle reportedly smashed against a countertop and proceeded to take out a portion of his finger. In response to his $50 million lawsuit, Amber Heard submitted a lengthy and detailed declaration in Fairfax County, Virginia Circuit Court, urging the judge to throw out the case.
In an attempt to uphold the allegations of domestic abuse against her former husband and at the same time disprove the counter-evidence submitted by the 'Pirates of the Caribbean' actor in his lawsuit, the 'Aquaman' star categorically recounted specific instances of the alleged violence that she claimed Depp inflicted upon her.
Amber Heard and Johnny Depp had met in the year 2011 when they were filming 'The Rum Diary' and started to live together the following year. The couple tied the knot in a private and intimate ceremony that took place at their LA home in 2015.
During the couple's divorce in 2016, Heard claimed that Depp would often beat her up and was physically abusive during their 18-month marriage. On the other hand, Depp has come out with his own allegations and a tape has surfaced to reveal that Heard had assaulted Depp.
As per reports, Heard could easily face up to three years in prison if she is found guilty of manipulating or faking evidence against her former husband.