- Amber Heard and Johnny Depp wed in 2015
- The couple got married on Depp's private island in the Bahamas
- Depp's daughter, Lily-Rose was not in attendance
While most children would want to be a part of any one of their parent's special days, Lily-Rose Depp is not one of them! The daughter of the Pirates of the Caribbean actor skipped out on daddy's wedding with Amber Heard, Johnny claims for "a few reasons".
Johnny Depp says the wedding had MDMA
Currently, the world is watching along as the A-lister is suing Amber Heard for $50 million dollars for defamation after Heard alleged that Johnny Depp was abusive in multiple different ways. Depp is saying all the allegations are false! Now, Depp is also revealing that his own children didn't like her either!
Starting his testimony, Depp said that he is "obsessed with the truth" and that he wants to "clear the air" of any falsities surrounding his name. The case has been brought forward after Heard wrote an article in 2018 about being a victim of domestic abuse in the Washington Post.
The nuptials, which took place in February 2015, only had about 25 people in attendance and included Heard's "gang" of friends. Who was left out? Surprisingly, Depp's eldest child.
Lily-Rose Depp, 22, skipped her dad's ceremony and Depp gave an answer as to why! At the time, Lily-Rose was only 16 years old, and Depp said that she didn't really want to be around Heard.
"My daughter Lily-Rose did not come to the wedding. She and Ms. Heard were not on particularly great terms, for several reasons," he said before adding that the wedding was filled with drugs.
What Depp called a "communal bag of MDMA", he noted that during their wedding, Heard and her friends did a lot of drugs, and even wrote on the daily schedule that their special day would consist of "Dinner, dancing, and drugs." Wow!
Depp did say he partook too, but not what his budding bride did! He noted that his "drug of choice" is cannabis, and stuck with that for the night.
One of Depp's biggest mistakes was not getting a pre-nuptial agreement and after their wedding, whenever it was brought up, it would cause some friction in their marriage.
He claimed that he stayed despite the abuse because he "didn't want to fail."
"I wanted to try to make it work," he said. "I thought maybe I could help her. I thought maybe I could bring her around. Because the Amber Heard that I knew for the first year, year and a half was not this, suddenly this opponent. It wasn't my girl, she had become my opponent."
Amber Heard has yet to take the stand and testify.