Johnny Depp’s sister confirms the actor was physically abused by his mother

yOni Depp’s childhood may have been the perfect excuse his defense was looking for during the trial of his ex-wife, Amber Heard. She is suing him for $100 million alleging abuse and abuse. But there is other evidence to suggest that she may have manipulated the photos and lied about almost everything about their controversial relationship. First of all, there was recent evidence showing that Heard was actually cheating on Depp Elon Musk and James Franco There is a video that proves it. Regardless, there were witnesses who stood up to defend Depp and put him in a better position before the jury.

Johnny’s sister, Kristi Dembrowski grew up with him and has one definitive tip that proves that Depp isn’t usually skilled at physically harming anyone. Since he was a child, he was physically abused by his mother and never decided to hit her back despite these constant assaults. In 2018, Heard wrote an opinion piece for The Washington Post where she wrote about surviving domestic violence. This is the root of the whole issue and it is slowly beginning to be debunked. Heard never mentioned Depp by name in the article, but it turns out he was the man she was referring to in that article. Dembrowski spoke about the domestic violence she and Johnny experienced from their mother Betty.

Deb’s history with domestic violence.

Dembrowski never raises in her account how she and her brother suffered domestic violence from their mother, who died in May 2016 at the age of 81. Here’s what she said: “We’d run and hide. She would hit us. She would hit us. Throwing things. Johnny never hit her. He never went to that place. Really early when he was a little kid. None of what was going on in our house was good. And so on. As I got older, Johnny and I decided that once we left, once we had our home, we’d never, ever, ever repeat anything similar in any way to our childhood. We would have done it differently.”