Courtney Love recounts how Johnny Depp saved his life with CPR after he overdose

The singer supported the actor in a series of Instagram videos, which were posted on Saturday, May 21, and have since been removed. She recounts how the actor saved her life and the life of her daughter.

Javier Bardem, Sia, Eva Green, Winona Ryder, Vanessa Paradis … Many celebrities supported Johnny Depp during his legal battle with Amber Heard, his ex -wife, based on each other’s accusations of violence in home. A list to which Courtney Love’s name was added, Saturday, May 21. The singer revealed herself in a series of videos posted on the Instagram account of her friend Jessica Reed Kraus-and has since been removed – where he defends the hero in Pirates of the Caribbean. He recounts in particular how the actor saved his life, in the mid -1990s – a period he had already mentioned in 2006.

“I overdose”

“I really don’t want to judge the public, but I just want to let you know that Johnny gave me CPR in 1995, when I overdosed outside the Viper Room (a Hollywood nightclub, Editor’s note), ”He explained. A time when Courtney Love, who was a drug addict, tried to consent to the death of her husband Kurt Cobain, who committed suicide last year. Johnny Depp also supported Frances Bean Cobain, the couple’s daughter, through this trial. He is said to have written to her when she was a teenager.

Letter, preview and limousine

“Johnny – when I was addicted to crack and Frances suffered from it, surrounded by social workers – wrote him a four -page letter, which he never showed me, for his 13and birthday, Courtney Love recalls. He never knew me. ”He added,“ Then he sent a limo to pick him up and his friends out of school when the social workers crowded in – again, without me asking. ”Johnny Depp also booked. a designated seat for the teenager during some previews. “I haven’t seen Pirates of the Caribbean, taught Courtney Love, but Frances loves these films. You know, when he was 13, he said to me, ‘Mom, he saved my life.

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‘America’s most hated woman’

At the end of one of the videos, Courtney Love nonetheless expresses her “empathy” to Amber Heard. “I was the most hated woman in America, the actress recalled. I was the most hated woman in the world before the advent of TikTok (…) I have a lot of empathy for Amber Heard. Damn, wow, can you imagine yourself in his place? ” And the singer concluded: “But if you’re using an activity for personal purposes, that you’re from much more feminist spaces, and that you’re abusing this kind of spotlight, then, I hope to give justice, whoever he is. “

If some of these videos were intended to be published, Jessica Reed Kraus later explained in an Instagram story that some of the stories were split in error. In the face of angry comments from some Internet users, Courtney Love is thus forming her mea culpa, this Monday, May 23. “The platform accidentally posted a post I didn’t want to make public. , “he said. I want to show neutral support to a friend. I don’t want to harass anyone. ”And the singer concluded:“ The only important thing to remember, in all that has been published, is that I said we should all stop having fun with this “schadenfraude” (rejoicing over someone’s fall, editor’s letter) and show genuine empathy on both sides. Please accept my apology if I have hurt anyone. “

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