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Johnny Depp Says He Accepted ‘The Monster’ Nickname to ‘Placate’ Amber Heard’s Bullying

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second day on the witness stand Wednesday, Johnny Depp testified that he accepted the nickname Amber Heard gave him — “The Monster” — to “placate” his now ex-wife in an attempt to calm her bullying and constant attacks.“In the beginning, she had used a different word to explain the same thing,” he said. “She would use the word ‘demon.’ Demons.

That my demons were coming out … I don’t remember exactly how ‘monster’ came out, but that word stuck and it stayed until this day.”Depp said he, too, adopted the term as a way to keep peace.“When I used the term ‘monster’ [with her], I was placating,” Depp said. “If she had referred to me as being a monster, there was no way I was going to sit there and go through a 45-minute argument about, ‘You’re a monster,’ ‘No I’m not!,’ ‘You’re a monster,’ ‘No I’m not!’ … What do you do?

You accept the vernacular … to placate her so that it would at least calm part of the aggression.”Depp says Heard defamed him by claiming in a Washington Post op-ed to be a victim of domestic abuse.

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