Johnny Depp admitted he has reached a new low in his life while on a three-day long booze bender, RadarOnline.com has learned.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star displayed erratic behavior while he was interviewed by Rolling Stone. The troubled actor revealed his current sad state of life after his failed marriage to Amber Heard and recent financial crisis.
“I was as low as I could believe I could have gotten,” Depp revealed in the rare interview.
The actor said he coped with the pain by pouring himself vodka and writing music “until tears filled his eyes,” the article stated.
The famed actor, however, apparently hasn't slowed down on the drinking and smoking. Rolling Stone reported that Depp smoke and drank for 72 hours straight.
“During my London visit, Depp is alternately hilarious, sly and incoherent,” the interviewer wrote.
The three-day bender began right away, according to the writer.
“Depp sits at the head of the table and motions toward some rolling papers and two equal piles of tobacco and hash, and asks if I mind,” the journalist wrote. “He pauses for a second. ‘Well, let’s drink some wine first.' This goes on for 72 hours."
The report heavily touched on Depp’s massive lawsuit he filed against his management company. The actor claimed he has lost hundreds of millions at the hands of his longtime business manager, Joel Mandel, who has since denied the claims and filed a countersuit.
In the shocking interview, Depp jokes about his outrageous spending habits.
“It’s insulting to say that I spent $30,000 on wine a month,” Depp said. “Because it was far more.”
Depp also bragged about shelling out millions to shoot his friend Hunter S. Thompson’s ashes into the sky using a cannon.
“By the way, it was not $3 million to shoot Hunter into the f**king sky,” Depp told the magazine. “It was $5 million.”
The rare interview was published days after Depp shocked fans with an unrecognizable appearance earlier this month. The actor shaved his head and appeared skeletal, Radar reported.
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