Johnny Depp explained to Christina Ricci at the age of nine what homosexuality was “in the simplest terms.” The actor recalled the incident in a new interview, saying it happened on the set of her 1990 film Mermaids.

Actor Christina Ricci said in a new interview that she first heard about homosexuality from Johnny Depp. She said the actor explained it to her “in the simplest terms” when she was just nine years old. The actor said the conversation between her and Johnny took place after an incident on the set of the 1990 movie Mermaids. Read more: Kate Moss reveals why she supported ex Johnny Depp during trial with Amber Heard

The actor recalled the incident when she was promoting the final season of the web series Yellowjackets. Christina said there was an incident on set in which one person was allegedly “homophobic.” She said she told the film crew she didn’t know what homophobia was, which led to a conversation with her co-star Winona Ryder. The actor was in a relationship with Johnny at the time. When Winona couldn’t find the words to explain homosexuality to Christina, she put Johnny on the phone with her.

Christina talked about her interaction with Johnny during an interview on SiriusXM’s Andy Cohen Live show. She said: “Johnny (Depp) is actually the person who explained to me what homosexuality was when I was nine. Something was going on on set and someone wasn’t nice to anyone else. And they said, ‘Oh, well. , maybe he’s homophobic.’ And then I thought, “Well, I don’t understand what that is.” And I was in Winona’s (Ryder) trailer and she said, “I don’t know how…” so she called me Johnny. And Johnny explained it to me.”

Christina went on to say, “And (in) in the simplest terms. He said, ‘It’s when a man wants to have sex with a man. And when a woman wants to have sex with a woman,’ and I was like, ‘AH Okay.'”

Johnny Depp makes headlines in the wake of the libel trial against his ex-wife. Amber heard. He had sued Amber for $50 million for defamation over an op-ed she wrote for The Washington Post in 2018, in which she claimed she was a victim of domestic violence. On June 1, a civil jury reached a verdict awarding Johnny a total of $8.35 million after the judge lowered the punitive price, counting on the $2 million awarded to Amber for her counter-charge. Johnny and Amber have both appealed the outcome of their multimillion-dollar defamation lawsuit.


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