Johnny Depp Apologizes
October 5, 2011 by staff
“Well, you just feel like you’re being violated in some way. Raped … It feels like a sort of weird – just weird,” said the “Rum Diary” star of the November issue of Vanity Fair. “But whenever you have a photo shoot or something, it’s like – you feel silly.”
According to the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN), the nation’s largest organization against sexual violence, Depp should know that there is a marked difference between posing for a photographer and being raped.
“While the pictures can sometimes feel intrusive, be photographed in any way compared to the rape – a violent crime that affects every two minutes another American,” said spokeswoman Katherine Hull organization FOX411 of Pop Tarts column on Tuesday ” RAINN welcomes the opportunity to speak. with Mr. Depp, and “educate them about real life experiences of survivors facing every day, and the ways you can work with RAINN to help.
After hearing the concerns of RAINN is, Depp was quick to admit his guilt and apologized to the organization Tuesday night.
“I am truly sorry for offending anyone in any way. I never wanted. It was a bad choice of words on my behalf in an effort to explain a feeling,” said Depp. “I understand that there is no comparison and I’m very sorry. In an effort to correct my lack of opinion, please accept my sincere apologies.”
RAINN Depp accepted the apology, saying: “. Look forward to working with him to give hope to victims of rape and ensure that they receive the help they deserve”
Depp’s comments were similar to those made by “Twilight” actress Kristen Stewart last year when compared to being photographed by the paparazzi have been violated.
She also apologized.
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