• Winona Ryder and Johnny Depp were a couple in the '90s
  • After four years, their relationship ended
  • She gets honest about how bad she felt after the breakup

Winona Ryder (50) reveals in a new interview that her mental health deteriorated after the collapse of her four-year relationship with Johnny Depp (59) in 1993, combined with the pressures of Hollywood. In a new interview with Harper's Bazaar, Winona Ryder revealed more about that time in her life than ever before. 

Winona Ryder Gets Candid In New Interview

Referring to her 1999 film, Girl Interrupted, about a young woman in a psychiatric hospital, Johnny Depp's ex-girlfriend Winona revealed to Harper's Bazaar magazine, "That was my Girl, Interrupted real life."

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"I remember, I was playing this character who ends up getting tortured in a Chilean prison [in the 1994 drama The House of the Spirits]. I would look at these fake bruises and cuts on my face [from the shoot], and I would struggle to see myself as this little girl. ‘Would you be treating this girl like you’re treating yourself?’ I remember looking at myself and saying, ‘This is what I’m doing to myself inside.’ Because I just wasn’t taking care of myself," she continued.

Winona is grateful for the support she received from her co-star and friend Michelle Pfeiffer at the time. "I remember Michelle being like, ‘This is going to pass.’ But I couldn’t hear it," she said to Harper's Bazaar

We are for sure grateful that Winona pushed through and has come out better than ever.