As expected, the Brad and Angelina split has reared its ugly head as it mutated via a miscellany of rumors that range from child abuse, alcohol and drugs abuse, extramarital relationships, and whatnot. Now a new rumor has surfaced regarding Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp.
Brad Pitt has taken a lot of blame for his divorce with his wife of two years and whom he’s been in a serious relationship with for about a decade. The initial reaction by the general public was that Brad Pitt might have been unfaithful to Jolie, as he’s allegedly been with his ex-wife Jennifer Aniston.
It’s an unfair assessment without verified information to back it up, but that’s how society usually works in divorce cases- against men. And that stigma seems to be following the actor after his break up with Jennifer Aniston, and even up to this Brad and Angelina split hullabaloo.
According to a report by Inside Edition Angelina Jolie has had a long-time crush on The Pirates of the Caribbean actor Johnny Depp. The two starred in the movie The Tourist back in 2010.
“Members of her family and friends have said she has always had a crush on Johnny Depp, so watch this space if she and Johnny Depp get together in the future.” Andrew Morton, author of Angelina: An Unauthorized Biography said.
In these trying times, Johnny Depp is reportedly giving Angelina Jolie heart-felt advices, perhaps conveying some lessons he’s learned from his own divorce with Amber Heard earlier this year.
He’s also recommended his lawyer Laura Wasser to Jolie.
Could Johnny Depp be taking advantage of the Brad and Angelina split to make way for a future romantic relationship? Does he know that Angelina Jolie has a crush on him, or, could this have been the real reason why Brad Pitt and Angelina’s marriage is now on the edge?
In a report by the News an unnamed source said, “Angelina idolised Johnny for years before she worked with him on The Tourist, and then the pair of them really hit it off on set.”
“There were rumors then that she was tempted by him, because it was around then she told a magazine fidelity wasn’t ‘absolutely essential.’
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