Johnny Depp Laughs His A** Off As Vaping Doorman Drives Around During Hilarious Amber Heard Trial Testimony

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Just when I thought this Johnny Depp/Amber Heard case couldn’t get more bizarre…

We’ve heard about Heard shitting in the bed, Depp threatening to f*ck Heard’s dead corpse, the list of wild things we’ve heard during testimony has been absolutely insane.

I mean, it’s self-destructive Hollywood chaos at its finest…

And for the latest edition of the shit show, let me introduce you to Alejandro Romero, who’s a front desk attendant at the Eastern Columbia Building where Depp used to live.

He was asked to testify for the Depp/Heard trial, and needless to say, the dude really didn’t give a fiddler’s fuck about the Heard, about Depp, about testifying, the judicial process… none of it.

He wasn’t able to show up to the trial in person, so he testified via video chat in his car… while ripping on his vape.

According to People, he admitted to the lawyers during his deposition:

“I know you guys sent me the papers to review, and I’ll be honest, I didn’t want to review them because it’s been so long.”

He continued:

“I’m tired… I don’t want to deal with this court case… everybody’s got problems and I don’t want to deal with this no more.”

He then noted that he doesn’t remember ever seeing any marks or bruises on Heard’s face whenever the police were called to his place of work. Nor doe she remember her makeup situation.

I mean, you’re asking a doorman to testify if he recognized what kind of makeup she was wearing? Brilliant trial strategy…

Of course, the whole time my guy is blowing cauldrons with his vape pen, just telling it how it is.

The dog scratches on the door were particularly hilarious:

An absolute legend:

Meanwhile, Depp is sitting in his seat giggling to himself during the whole ordeal.

I mean c’mon, we’re talking about a guy who probably has zero connection with Depp and Heard whatsoever, besides maybe seeing them walk into the building together from time to time.

Sounds like a big ol’ waste of time for both sides, but props to ol’ Alejandro.

Afterwards Judge Penney Azcarate and even the own defense attorney, Elaine Bredehoft, reflect on what they just witnessed, no doubt a first for both of them.

You can watch the full testimony here:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock