During Amber Heard and Johnny Depp’s chunky diarrhea puddle of a messy divorce fight, Johnny’s friend, comedian Doug Stanhope, made it perfectly clear that he’s sitting on the side marked “Team Queso Dick and Butt Breath” when he wrote an essay where he labeled Amber as a lie-telling and manipulative gold digging hussy harlot tramp whore. Doug claimed that Amber invented fake domestic abuse allegations against Johnny and used them to blackmail him for a big divorce settlement. Amber responded to Doug’s essay by suing him for defamation. Since Amber and Johnny’s divorce war is finally over (or is it?), she has decided to toss her lawsuit against Doug into a dumpster fire, along with all of the clothes that got ruined from Johnny getting his French onion soup-smelling armpit syrup on them.
Sources tell TMZ that dropping her lawsuit against Doug was part of her divorce settlement deal with Johnny. When they both signed their names on those divorce documents, all the lawsuits connected to the domestic abuse allegations turned into smoke and went away. Amber’s people only said this about that:
“Amber is moving on, getting back to work and leading a normal, happy life.”
Doug Stanhope has pretty much kept his lips shut about Amber Heard ever since she sued him, so I doubt he’ll say anything about this. But I do wonder what he thinks about Amber donating all of her $7 million divorce settlement to the ACLU and the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles? Doug probably wanted to write another essay claiming that right after the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles got the first donation, Amber ran over there in a disguise and wrestled HER money out of the frail hands of the sick children!
And Amber and Johnny are officially done now, but the media isn’t done with asking his friends about the situation. The Daily Beast asked Marilyn Manson, who is Lily-Rose Depp’s godfather, about it and of course, he only had sweet nothings to say about Johnny:
“Johnny is one of the nicest people that I know—to the extent where it’s almost heartbreaking how kind he is to his friends, and everyone around him. I know that he was completely crucified—unjustly.
I would stand by him on anything. As my friend, I know that he’s handling it the best he can and he’s a great dad, too. It fills me with joy to see his kids grow up and be so smart, and so hilarious. We played a show together not too long ago. It’s hard to say when you talk about your friends. Of course I think that all of it was bullshit, and I think that he is a great person. I wouldn’t agree with any of it if someone were to put me on the stand and ask me what I know, or what I’ve witnessed.”
Yes, Johnny Depp was really, really crucified and he would nail himself to the cross, but he’s too busy shooting more movies and going on with the career that barely got a dent in it.