Johnny Depp and His Hollywood Vampires Band Visit Dracula's Castle
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Court Documents Detail Johnny Depp’s Alleged Abuse Against Amber Heard
"During the entirety of our relationship, Johnny Depp has been verbally and physically abusive," Heard said.
Johnny Depp, Amber Heard Apologize In Australian Court For Failing To Declare Their Dogs
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New Bust In Capitol Building Honors Dick Cheney For Ending Terrorism
A bust of Dick Cheney was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday, a customary honor for former vice presidents that had the ancillary benefit of celebrating the ex-veep's achievement of ending radic...
Johnny Depp Has 24 Hours To Save His Dogs
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Charlize Theron and Sean Penn look so in love as they hit the Cesar Awards in Paris along with Kristen Stewart and Marion Cotillard
Penn, the ex of Robin Wright and Madonna, recently opened up about how in love he is with girlfriend Theron who has an adopted son.
Johnny Depp and Amber Heard Are Getting Married Next Weekend! Get the Wedding Details : Brides
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