In his intro for “The Respondents: The Family Law Cartel,” Depp wrote, “It’s also both a diagnosis and a prescription, mediating the depth of crisis and escape. Greg Ellis straightens the record and breaks the myth of the divorce court. This is Greg’s story. It’s your story. And it’s our story,” while also adding, “If you’re trapped in a dungeon, a family court system, the defendant must be your constant companion.”
Depp might not have been trapped in an actual dungeon during his marriage to Amber Heard, but he did admit to locking himself in the bathroom and other parts of their home in order to keep away from his ex-wife during their aggressive arguments, which would allegedly send the actor “into a kind of tailspin of confusion and depression.”
And, of course, as someone who was perhaps a witness to both sides of the story, it’s no wonder Ireland Baldwin is giving Heard a major side-eye in this case.