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Johnny Depp Struggles To Stop Laughing As His Doorman Vapes & Starts Driving During Testimony


Johnny Depp Struggles To Stop Laughing As His Doorman Vapes & Starts Driving During Testimony

“Everybody has problems.”

Thousands are going to remember when Alejandro Romero, the doorman gave his testimony in the Fairfax trial between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard. Even the actor himself cracked up when the guy, who seemed frustrated for being dragged into the case, got very raw and honest as he vaped in his car.

In the $50 million defamation lawsuit where Heard counter-sued him to double the amount for lying. The court saw a pre-recorded video deposition from the doorman himself as he recounts his time working with the man years ago in his former residence in LA. Or at least, he tried to.

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As the attorneys, infamous for their constant questioning if the witnesses exactly recall things, inquired him of his memories of seeing Heard on specific dates, Romero bluntly answered, “I don’t remember. I don’t even remember what I got for breakfast.”

Depp was already amused as he tried to hold back.

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People were absolutely entertained as Romero seemed to go on to tell his stories to the court about that one time he was warned that someone was trying to break into the apartment. Enthusiastic with an equally frustrated tone in his voice, Romero told the court, “I gotta tell the whole story.”

He recalled how Heard and her friend, Rocky Pennington, were telling him about a break-in, and upon seeing the scratches on the door, Romero was done. He told the court, “Really? You think someone’s trying to get into your unit? There’s scratches, like, four inches above the floor on your door… That was your dog, trying to get into the unit.”

He then ranted how he had to check one room after another to check if there was indeed someone, but as expected, there wasn’t.

He continued, “They were so afraid. ‘Oh, someone’s trying to get into my unit.’ Like, come on, really?”

Depp laughed as he told his story and tried to keep it in. Heard’s lawyer asked if he remembered seeing Heard putting on a specific kind of makeup and Romero was honest: no. But when asked about the bruises?

“I just don’t remember any. I would’ve seen that and I would remember because that’s something that you would see,” he told the lawyer.

Seemingly “stressed out,” he started whipping out the electric cig and blew out the smoke.

The doorman with over 13 years of experience spoke in the video that “everybody has problems,” and he doesn’t “want to deal with this anymore.” He got honest that when he was sent the pile of papers to review, he answered, “’ll be honest, I didn’t want to review them because it’s been so long.”

Judge Penney Azcarate sat in silence after the crowd dispersed for the break and stared at the screen before quietly closing it. She finally said, “Alright… That was a first; I’m sorry.”

“I will say, your Honor, that was the most bizarre deposition ever,” Heard’s lawyer chimed in.

“I just have never seen that before. I’ve seen a lot of things but never seen that,” she said back.

He might be breaking a rule or two, but at least he’s honest about it, right?

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