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Johnny Depp reportedly joked he wanted to 'burn' and 'drown' Amber Heard in texts

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Johnny Depp reportedly joked he wanted to 'burn' and 'drown' Amber Heard in texts

Johnny Depp reportedly joked he wanted to 'burn' and 'drown' Amber Heard in texts

Johnny Depp allegedly joked he should "burn" and "drown" now-ex-wife Amber Heard in a series of text messages in 2013 to his actor friend Paul Bettany.

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