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This damning exchange of text messages between Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson revealed in broad daylight

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Extremely questionable conversations.

In a document of nearly 6,000 pages, SMS exchanges between Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson were revealed, just two months after the trial verdict. In these we can read the two men discussing their respective accusations of domestic violence in conversations dating from 2016.

At that time, Lindsay Usich, wife of Marilyn Manson, had obtained a protective order, after accusing the latter of violence and possession of drugs. Marilyn Manson then sent Johnny Depp: “Lindsay made me an Amber…please delete.” »

“The most important thing is to stay calm and not give her what she expects”

“Don’t let it go. The most important thing is to stay calm and not give her what she expects, which is to make you scream, drive you crazy, and feed her narcissism. I have read a lot on the subject and on sociopathic behavior”, replied the actor. According to the information New York PostMarilyn Manson would have appealed to Johnny Depp a few months later: “I have a big Amber-type concern with L’s family. [Lindsay, ndlr]. I’m fucking stressed. I don’t know if you’re back, but I’m going to need shelter because I think the cops are going to come by my house. »

Another exchange between the actor and the singer on another subject has been unveiled. In it, the two friends refer to the film Salò or the 120 days of Sodom and suggest having their own “cave”. “Let’s have our own Salò. But no gay stuff with us,” it read. Marilyn Manson also offers Depp to introduce him to a new fan, indicating that she is eighteen years old.

All of these documents, however, were not disclosed during the trial. According to the actor’s lawyers, it was an attempt by Amber Heard to put Marilyn Manson’s name on the record. “lacks merit and is entirely speculative and constitutes improper character evidence. »