Johnny Depp Rape

October 6, 2011 by staff 

Johnny Depp RapeJohnny Depp Rape, How would you feel if someone wants to take pictures to print on the glossy pages of a magazine? And we’re not talking about a tabloid that prints photos paparazzi. We are talking about ‘Vanity Fair!

That jump at the chance, right? Well, no, Johnny Depp. For ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ star, photo shoot is a “stranger” in the experience comparable to being raped! Confused?

What’s to win and $ 100 million a year? “What? In today’s economy? Are you crazy?” You could say.

But Johnny Depp, whose 2010 revenues are estimated at that figure, you think your stupid money!

Talk about being photographed during an interview for the November issue of ‘Vanity Fair’, Johnny said:

“You feel like you’re being violated in some way. Rape. The whole thing. It feels like a bit weird … just weird, man … whenever you have a photo shoot or something, it’s like – you feel dumb. ”

Depp, star of ‘Pirates’ box office success of the franchise, spoke of their paychecks fat movie – amounting to an estimated 100 million by the year 2010 alone – as well:

“Basically, if I am going to pay silly money at the moment, I’m going to take. I have to (who else?) … It’s ridiculous, yes, yes.”

Self-sabotage euphoria Johnny was not very good with support groups of rape victims as they think photographs can sometimes feel intrusive, “to be photographed in any way compared to the violation.”

Johnny, on Wednesday apologized for his “regrettable”, says:

“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.”

“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,” said Depp.
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