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Johnny Depp Writing Explosive Tell-All In Attempt At Quick Cash Grab

Jul. 11 2018, Updated 12:11 p.m. ET

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Johnny Depp is penning an explosive tell-all that will expose his demons, has exclusively learned, in a desperate bid to raise some much-needed cash.

Johnny is down and out, but he believes he can redeem his legacy and bank account by baring all,” revealed an insider close to the actor. “He’s promised publishers he’ll leave no stone unturned, which is why he’s hoping for a $10 to $15 million payday!”

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The source said Depp will “go in-depth about his love affairs with Kate Moss, Winona Ryder, Vanessa Paradis and, of course, his messy marriage with Amber Heard.”

As Radar has reported, Depp was recently sued for allegedly punching a production crew member on the set of City of Lies.

And the 55-year-old has been looking sickly and “cadaverous” during a musical tour of Europe.

But the Pirates of the Caribbean star is suffering from more than health woes. Besides his divorce from Heard, Depp is also locked in a bitter lawsuit with his ex-managers, claiming they squandered $400 million of his fortune!

Johnny is flat broke!” an insider told Radar, adding the star intends to not only cash in, but also provide the dirty details of his rocky life story. “Johnny feels his reputation has been raked over the coals, that he has nothing to lose by sharing the raw truth.”

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Depp has reportedly been grinding away for hours a day, writing about his years of womanizing, drug use and wild spending.

It’s been a painful experience, the star admitted in a recent interview: “I poured myself a vodka in the morning and started writing until the tears filled my eyes.”

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