Johnny Depp’s life has been ruined because of his marriage with Amber Heard, reveals the former bandmate.

Heard, 35 and Johnny Depp, 58, began dating after meeting on the sets of The Rum Diary in 2011 and later in 2015 the couple decided to tie a knot. Unfortunately, things between the two did not go well as Heard filed for a divorce in 2016.

In 2017, their marriage had dissolved officially.

Amid their unsuccessful marriage, Heard opened up about their abusive relationship and accused the Pirates of the Caribbean star of domestic violence that caused him to lose a libel case in 2020, following the title of “wife beater” given to him by the British newspaper.

The fallouts from the battle that happened in a court in London cost the actor his role in Fantastic Beasts 3 as he was “asked to resign”. Since then, the star has alleged to be boycotted by Hollywood.

Bill “Beano” Hanti, who accompanied Depp during his time in The Kids, shared his opinion on Depp’s marriage with Amber Heard in a documentary Johnny vs Amber.

In a short clip shared by  LADbible, the former bandmate was spotted sharing his moments while he was part of the band before touching his former mate’s marriage topic.

Hanti described Johnny Depp’s 14 years relationship with French actress Vanessa saying, she is such a “beautiful soul, beautiful lady. He had something special with Vanessa and he f***** it up.”

He continued talking by discussing Depp’s last relationship with Heard that “the actress just saw [Depp] coming. She got the opportunity to be a part of that film and she worked it.”

Although he had never met Depp’s wife, Heard, he went on saying, “I do understand that she’s half his age. I get it. OK, John, she’s 25. I get it. Don’t marry her. You don’t need to marry her. You’re Johnny Depp. Ruined his life, it really did… It totally f***** his career over, cost him his friends, part of his family.”

“She got inside John’s head and made him absolutely crazy to the point where he was drinking and drugging, to the point of insanity,” he added.