‘It’s not f**king funny’ Jaime King on those Amber Heard allegations


Ever since news broke that Amber Heard had obtained a restraining order against Johnny Depp, fans of the former couple wasted no time playing judge and jury.

With the actress claiming that she's been the victim of domestic abuse, one corner of the public immediately accepted the claims as fact while others were quick to defend the Pirates of the Caribbean star against the allegations.

Reminding everyone that they only know what they have been fed by the press, Jaime King has insisted neutrality on the part of the public is vital in this instance.

Speaking to UsMagazine.com, the Hart of Dixie star explained that while Johnny played a very important part in her career, but she is not in a position to comment on what went on behind closed doors.

"Listen, I love Johnny Depp," she began. "One of my very first movies he played my father.  He is one of the most loving, kind, generous, attentive, brilliant men that I've ever met."

In spite of this, Jaime says people need to acknowledge the severity of the matter, saying: "It is a deeply painful situation and people are treating it as if it's entertainment, and it's not f**king funny. And it's not entertaining."

"It's all hearsay. It's all he said, she said. Frankly, it's not about sides because we cannot take sides in a situation that we're not there for, bottom line," she added.

The Sin City star, who recently revealed she had been the victim of sexual assault, insists the former couple need to be given space, saying: "It's about loving and supporting each person by saying, give them their privacy let them work it out."

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