Depp's Friends Consider Substance Abuse Intervention

Insiders voice unease over Depp's recent behavior patterns.

by Nouman Rasool
Depp's Friends Consider Substance Abuse Intervention

Johnny Depp, the iconic actor and musician known for his swashbuckling roles and off-screen rockstar persona, is reportedly at a critical juncture in his life. At the age of 60, concerns are growing amongst his friends and associates about the toll his lifestyle is taking on his health.

This concern comes amid reports from Life & Style that hint at Depp's escalating substance abuse issues. Recently, the actor-musician canceled multiple concerts with his band, Hollywood Vampires, which includes legends Alice Cooper and Joe Perry.

Officially, the reasons cited for these cancellations ranged from an ankle injury to Depp being "unwell." However, insiders and reports suggest these cancellations might be attributed to Depp's unrestrained partying habits.

Friends' Growing Concern for Depp

"Many of Johnny's closest friends are deeply worried," noted a source in Life & Style. "There's a palpable sense of urgency among them, with some even suggesting an intervention might be necessary." Adding to the concerns was the recent cancellation of the Hollywood Vampires' concert in Budapest.

Reports indicate Depp was discovered passed out in a hostel, prompting an immediate medical check-up. "It wasn't just frustration; there was genuine concern among his bandmates," the magazine detailed. Depp's challenges aren't just limited to his lifestyle choices.

The actor is still navigating the aftermath of a tumultuous legal battle with his ex-wife, Amber Heard. Although Depp emerged victorious, the court proceedings unveiled disturbing details about his substance struggles. "The trial might have been a win for him legally, but it exposed some deeply personal and troubling aspects of his life," commented an industry insider.

The lingering effects of this legal encounter still weigh heavily on Depp. "The scars from the Amber Heard saga might be deeper than many realize. Johnny's been known to dust himself off and bounce back time and again, but everyone has their limits," the source added.

There's a growing consensus among those close to Depp: he might be aging, but he's not necessarily maturing in the way many hoped he would. "At 60, Johnny's resilience isn't what it used to be. The flamboyant rockstar antics have their shelf life, and for Depp, it's high time to reconsider his choices," expressed a concerned friend.