‘Responsible Parent’ Johnny Depp Admits He Gave His Daughter Marijuana At Age 13

Daily Caller:

Actor Johnny Depp claimed he was just trying to be a “responsible” parent when he gave his 13-year-old daughter weed for the first time.

Depp’s admission came during Tuesday’s testimony in the libel lawsuit against The Sun, according to a report published by the Evening Standard.

“My daughter was 13 years old, and as we all know at 11, 12, and 13 years old, when you go to a high school party, you are approached by people who will want to give you drink because they are drinking at 12 and 13, doing cocaine at 12 and 13 and smoking marijuana at 12 and 13, doing ecstasy and doing many, many drugs,” Depp said, the outlet reported.

“‘Please, please, when you are really at the moment in your life when you are passed the joint and you really want to try it,’ I said, ‘please do me the honor of coming to me when you are ready and you really feel you are ready,” Depp recalled.

“‘I don’t want your first experience to be with people you don’t know, taking things you don’t know, that you don’t trust,’” he added. more

15 Comments on ‘Responsible Parent’ Johnny Depp Admits He Gave His Daughter Marijuana At Age 13

  1. That’s about like saying:

    “The world beckons with sin, Lily-Rose. Let me help you when you think you’re ready.”

  2. No where in that article did Depp say he had given his daughter marijuana. He said he asked her to come to him first if she was tempted to try it.

    I’m not saying it didn’t happen. But the article doesn’t match the headline. Colour me shocked.

  3. It ain’t just him. My old neighbors were that way too.

    Outwardly, very conservative. But when it came to their daughters they would let their boyfriends spend the night and have sex with them in their house when they were only 14 or 15. “Better they do it under their roof” than some dangerous or risky situation somewhere else they surmised.

    Same with drinking.

    I don’t want to tell you how to raise your kids but AYFKM?

  4. Many parents are more concerned with being popular and wanting to seem cool to their children instead of providing guidance and discipline.
    They have no clue that they come off as creepy and lame.
    Children need an example to shape their values not an older pal.

  5. I might really be living in the old days, but what parent lets an 11, 12 or 13-year-old go to high school parties?? At that age, my son asked to watch my Monty Python, Marx Brothers, Blazing Saddles, Young Frankenstein, etc. movies, plus was active in sports. He could care less about ‘parties’. Put your white privilege on the shelf and let them be kids. Good grief!

  6. Nothing would shock me from this shit stain….this is the same genius that on a stage speaking of Trump said “when was the last time an actor assassinated a president?”

  7. Horrorman18,

    Depp is like Jim Carrey…one trick ponies. They play one character and one character only. Who wants to see the same shit over and over? FREAKS!

  8. I have no respect and a good amount of anger for parents that give drugs to their children.

    I became an uncle at 10 when my nephew was born. 6 years later, I learn my BiL is giving him hits off a hooka-like setup powered by a fish tank air pump. Getting high almost every day before he ever went to school.

    My nephew’s lack of a good Dad affected his whole life and drug use was a huge part of it.

    I have a lot more to say about it, but that’s too much for this topic. That nephew is gone now. There is no saving him. His life was one of suffering.

  9. gin blossom JULY 8, 2020 AT 5:32 AM

    Many parents are more concerned with being popular and wanting to seem cool to their children instead of providing guidance and discipline.

    This was a huge problem I had with my ex while raising my boys.

    When the first was still the only child, she wanted him to start calling her by her first name for the exact reason of wanting him to see her as more of a friend. Me: ‘Nope! Not going to happen. You are Mom.’ It was a constant struggle over things like that.

    “I can’t tell them not to do something that I did. I would be a hypocrite, then.” Me: ‘So Jesus is the only one that can parent? Use your mistakes and their consequences in your life as reasons and lessons of WHY they shouldn’t do what you did.’

    “You grounded them, I didn’t. That would ground me, too, if I had to stay home with them.” Me: ‘(sigh) Of course.’ It was getting old by that point.

    I could go on with more heinous things she said and did that was in this vein. Suffice it to say, your comment just touches on that subject as an introductory sentence.

    It would have been easier to raise my boys if she had passed in childbirth with the last one. I could have, at least, lied and told them how awesome she was and built a respect for her in them they never had a chance of getting from witnessing her life as a mother. I can only thank God for how they turned out.

  10. Heheheheh … thas sum funny shit, there … at …… when my boiz was 13 they brot ME dope!
    AN the3y made me PAY for it!

  11. Responsible and Johnny Depp shouldn’t be mentioned in the same sentence. I can not stand him, Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell or any of the other hollyweird fools. They are not and never will be funny, vulgarity is not funny except to dumbass Junior HS boys and Peter Pan wannabes who never grew up.

  12. What adults do to themselves is their business.
    To a developing mind, this, or any other recreational or mind-control drug (like ritalin) is child abuse.
    Although I doubt CPS will be knocking at Depp’s mansion door to investigate such a public admission anytime soon.


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